While many people claim that they thrive in high-stress environments, others work best in places that are more relaxing and tranquil.
So how do you make your work space feel like home without sacrificing professionalism and efficiency? Here are our five tips below:
1. Mind the furniture.
Of course, the first thing that you must consider is an office desk and chair that will work for you. Make sure that your comfortability is the top priority, otherwise you’ll contract bad posture that might even harm you eventually.
2. See the light.
It’s hard to work in a poorly lit area, unless you’re a video editor that needs to see content materials very vividly on a screen. Aside from acquiring eye strain, getting caught by your boss dozing off is one thing you might want to avoid.
3. Personalize your space.
Oftentimes, our minds tend to wander off. To take you back, array your cubicle or working table with decorative elements that work for you to help you boost your concentration.
4. Check the temperature.
It’s very important to regulate the temperature in your work space. A room which is too hot or cold can affect your concentration and productivity. Ideally, 20-24°C is the most ideal room temperature to exhibit work efficacy and productivity.
5. Look out for the wirings.
All those wires plugged into your extension cord, if left unorganized, can be a source of annoyance. Tie them up under the table or tie them up in a reasonable length to avoid a look and a feeling of clutter.
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