Safe and productive home office
Due to Covid-19, many people had to start working from home. Offices are usually designed so that they offer the best working conditions, but our home isn’t. We all created mini home-offices once the new normal hit but are now slowly (but surely) moving our offices to more comfortable couches or even beds. Nothing beats comfy, right? Well, wrong. Designing a dedicated workspace in your home is important. To remind you on the things you’ve probably forgot (block?), we have prepared some instructions, that will protect your health and increase your productivity.
Work safety first
Separate your working space from your living space
Make sure you have a healthy environment
Keep a routine
While working from home might sound great for people, who wish for more flexibility, having a routine and sticking with it will result in better work-life balance, especially if you schedule doing your work when you are most productive. When you are preparing your schedule don’t forget to include smaller pauses and lunch breaks which will help you stay in good physical and mental state. Even better if you schedule your whole day, since after work activities make a great stimulus for being at your most productive during working hours, give you a lot to look forward to and make you want to do your job well, so that you can later enjoy them carefreely.