By Emily Johnson – Omnipapers
Writers who work from home, or anyone who works from home, will find this infographic useful for keeping organized and staying healthy.
Every freelance worker may agree that working from home needs concentration and self-organization. And more often than not, people don’t pay attention to their workplaces. However, a well-organized workplace can not only motivate you but boost your productivity as well.
While you are thinking how to organize your workplace, keep reading this article, as here you can find two insights that might help you.
First things first: start keeping your workplace clean.
Now you are ready to explore two ways to organize your workplace:
1. Build your digital workplace
As we live in the digital era, we need to get the most out of it.
Be sure to have:
- a laptop. When your computer is up-to-date, it works faster without bugs. Thus, it helps you have access to your mail, drafts, and online tools.
- a smartphone. If you want to save your time, use notes in your phone to write down key ideas, drafts, or insights.
- a digital highlighter. Use this gadget to translate and transfer texts.
2. Decorate your writing desk
Keep your writing desk clean but don’t forget to decorate it.
Some ideas for decoration:
- put live plants to freshen the air and boost spirits;
- take a photo of your family to get motivation;
- use stickers to write down your progress.
And don’t forget to take a cup of green tea to improve brain functions.
If you want to stay productive at home, you need to have a perfect workplace. By the way, if you have your creative way of home workplace organization, write us about it!
Emily Johnson is a content strategist of OmniPapers, a blog on academic writing. She likes to share her experience with other writers. You can always find more works of hers on Facebook.