Working from home has it benefits and challenges. If you’re one of nearly half of Americans who work remotely on occasion, then creating a productive workspace is important to you. You do not need to take over the kitchen table to process those papers and bills. Creating an effective, flowing, and calming workspace is beneficial on many levels. 

Even if you don’t have a door to your home office, having a solution or cue to ‘close the door’ when the days’ work is done is something that I encourage you to incorporate. Otherwise, the work is always there. Use a panel room divider, auditory clue like playing Semosonic’s ‘Closing Time’, or another fun way to signal the end of your work time. 
Working from Home
How to Have a Home Office When Your Space Is Limited
Working from home can be appealing if you have a long commute, if you’re a stay-at-home parent or simply because you’re more productive. But it can also be a challenge if you lack the space needed for a functional working environment.
Furnishing your Home Office: Try Savers!
I f you need furniture for your home office, but you don't have a big budget, consider buying used furniture! Savers is a great place for people to find second-hand furniture. They normally take larger furniture, so finding the perfect piece of furniture doesn’t have to be costly.
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