I’ve been working from home for a while now, and though I’m always trying to improve my methods, there are a few key challenges that still require my attention. For one thing, my ergonomics are terrible, and my mother would be displeased to see my working posture; it’s pretty pitiful. Another issue that continues to plague me is proper time management: giving myself breaks, separating my work from my personal life, etc.
I’m feeling highly motivated to turn over a new leaf in 2012, and I’ve been on the lookout for great ways to do it. My post this week for MyLifeScoop is about finding the right design solutions for working at home. It covers tons of stuff, from storing and organizing your data to finding the right tools for a healthy work environment. I’m pretty excited to invest in a couple of these items and set up a great home office, and I hope you’ll find something helpful for your own work situations. You can read the full post here. Enjoy! — Kate
Image above from Pottery Barn