Working from home isn’t always the idyllic arrangement it seems. Distractions and space that’s ill-suited for work can make your home an obstacle to productivity, especially a small home with limited office space options. The key is to establish a dedicated work area that’s separate from everyday household activities and large enough to accommodate all the elements of an efficient workspace. It may take some creativity and experimentation, but you can make it work even in a home that’s short on square footage.
Do you ever feel like there’s so much to be done and never enough time to do it? Don’t answer that. I know the answer is yes. There’s always something to do isn’t there? If the kids are taken care of, the house is a mess. If I clean my house, I haven’t done anything for work. If I take care of work stuff, who is going to mow the lawn? The list is never ending. And that’s okay. We need to understand that sometimes (most times) we will go to bed at night with an uncompleted to-do list. But if you are looking for a few ways to help yourself be more productive, look no further. I’m going to give you 3 tips to help boost your productivity, focusing mainly on your office or workspace today.