RMM - Nov-20 - Jennifer Reiner

HomeOffices Made Simple

Going to work or school without leaving the house? Try these tips.

Consider the space. The first and most important task in preparing your home office is deciding where you’re actually going to put it. There are a few things to take into consideration to find the best spot for a home office: Who is going to be using the office? Does it need to be accessible to the kids?

A functional home office space is paramount these days, whether you’re working hard on your own professional goals or helping the kids with their virtual lessons. It’s also easier to pull off than you think. Even if your house is small — even if you live in an apartment or condo — you can still devise a space that will pique your family’s productivity. It’s just a matter of having the right strategy.

How much space will the desk, chair and other equipment take up? Where in your home are there minimal distractions? Where in your home is the most natural light? Where in your home will the home office not be in the way of other “traffic?”


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