Five Steps to Setting Up Your Home Office for Success

Since the coronavirus pandemic began, there has been an immense shift towards remote working. The number of individuals who are now working from home has increased substantially and, therefore, so has the need for home offices.

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It’s important to get your home office set up correctly so that you can be as productive as possible. You need the right lighting, the right equipment, and the right mentality to have a successful workday.

Here’s how you can set up a great home office…

Find a Comfortable Chair and Desk

Comfort is key. The last thing you want from your home office is an uncomfortable set up that causes neck or back pain.…

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The Essential Furniture for Your New Home Office

With working from home becoming more commonplace, many people are looking into how to transform their spare rooms into the perfect place for concentration, production, and comfort. The right set-up is paramount to working efficiently from home, especially if it is something you will be doing for an extended period of time. These tips will give you some pointers on which furniture is essential in any home office.

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A Chair

You could potentially spend hours working in your home office, so a comfortable chair is essential. Back problems are common in those who spend a lot of time sitting at desks, so look for an ergonomic design with lumbar support, and height adjustment so you can alter it to suit you.…

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How To Set Up Your Home Office With Bad Credit

Many people are at a crossroads in their careers and due to the proliferation and ease of the internet, many choose to set up a home office. Overheads can be low and lifestyle choices can also come into play as you can combine childcare at the same time, or look after elderly relatives. However, many people often find themselves in the situation of having bad credit due to their previous spending history. Unfortunately, it is a fact of life that if you have been unable to pay your bills in the past, many traditional lenders will look upon your history unfavorably and will not extend you credit.…

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Creating a One-Of-A-Kind Home Office to Keep You Efficient During Quarantine

Do you find yourself suddenly spending a whole lot of time in your home office as of late? Does quarantine have you trapped at home and trying to stay as efficient and productive as possible? Perhaps your home office was rarely used before this, and therefore it’s not exactly the ideal set-up, and suddenly it needs to perform at the same level your actual office did. How do you go about making this happen while creating a space that feels one-of-a-kind, inspiring, and motivational?

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Not to worry, as there are tips you can use that will address each of these issues – let’s take a closer look.…

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4 Signs You’re Ready for an Office Space

Is your home office your advantage, or is it preventing your company’s growth?

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During the early phases of launching your business, your home office is your advantage. It enables you to run as financially lean as possible. This means you can focus your time and your budget on building the company.

However, you will reach a point where the lack of an actual office space/building may be a problem. You may find that you can’t reach the next level without it and it’s now become a disadvantage.

Here are 4 common signs it could be time to make the move. If you already feel like you’re ready to take the plunge, we invite you to read some helpful information about commercial leases to help you prepare for the big move.…

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Your Ecommerce Store HQ: Your Home, Rented Space or Virtual Office?

There are plenty of advantages and disadvantages to running your ecommerce business from home, but an argument can definitely be made for having a separate business address to display on your websites.

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A proper business address legitimizes your online operations, while comfortably insulating your personal life and family from the business itself. Not to mention, you don’t want angry customers showing up at your house when the postman drops and destroys the bright blue widgets they ordered from you!

A virtual office also offers benefits that both working from home or renting a full-time brick-and-mortar office do not. While the final choice will definitely come down to your own preferences, and the type of online store you run, you’ll find the advantages offered by each down below to help decide which option is right for you and your business.…

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Clean Your Home Office, Not Your Bank Account

Home office cleaning is no one’s idea of a fun weekend. There are so many ways to procrastinate and just avoid it entirely. Hey, the vacuum cleaner is making funny noises! Guess I better not use it; I”ll just have to save up to buy another one. Should I really mop the floor today? Last time I did that, the dog kept slipping on it. I don’t want to hurt my dog; I’m not some kind of monster. And so on and so forth.

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Office cleaning takes up time that you could be using to check your emails, work on projects, and even eat peanut butter cups during your ‘down time.’ …

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How to Create Balance in Your Home Office

Working at home doesn’t mean that you need to work in a “homely” office. As home-based businesses become more and more popular, the home office environment becomes more important. Because you’re working from home, you need to make sure that the workspace is conducive to you getting work done. If your home office is set up like your living room or is actually located in the living room, forget about it.

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Add An L-Shaped Desk

Using L-shaped desks is one way to organize your work space so that you have plenty of room to work, yet you aren’t taking up a lot of space.…

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5 Tips to Work More Effectively From Home

tips for working from home successfullyThrough recent advances in technology, the number of individuals working from home offices has greatly increased in the past decade.   When individuals have taken the proper steps, home offices allow one to work from the comfort and convenience of home without sacrificing productivity.   There are a variety of reasons why individuals would choose to work from home.

Those who own and operate their own small business may choose to work from home because they do not have the necessary funds to afford a lease on a commercial property.   Many corporations now allow their employees to telecommute because it cuts down on expenses and the amount of office space needed.…

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