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COVID-19 forced many companies to adopt new work methods, i.e., work from a home office. Today, remote work is the latest trend. However, people are facing the burnout of working from home, and they complain that they cannot adapt to new ways of working.
Because of this, their productivity is hammered, and they are not having fun working at all.
What if we say that we can help you make your room look like an office? What if we say that you can design your home to get back the feel of the office in your room itself?
Yes, with a bit of effort, you can convert any room into an office. I am going to suggest the following ways in which you can create an office at home with ease.
If your room is filled with unnecessary things, they will create a stressful atmosphere around you. You will not be able to focus on your work. Office work requires you to have focus and a free mind, but too much useless stuff around you makes things distracting.
It is better to throw away stuff you have no reason to keep and give yourself space and allow yourself to accommodate new things in your mind. It will prove to be productive for you.
Face a wall with peel and stick wallpaper to eliminate distractions
Your home can have many distractions that prevent you from focusing on your work. Make sure you eliminate the distractions around you.
When you are working, don’t face the television or any noisy area that is the source of the distraction. Instead, it would be best if you had a wall facing you to focus.
Keep your phone away from you too. You can set the target for yourself to use it after you have worked for a specific amount of time. This will give you something to look forward to.
Get a comfortable chair
It would help if you had a good chair as you will work the same number of hours as you would in the office. If you have a comfortable chair, you will not burn out and have better posture.
Invest in a chair that is cozy and does not hurt your back. Still, if you are not comfortable sitting, you can always invest in a sit-stand desk.
Get the right peel and stick wallpaper
Having a nice wallpaper will ensure that you have an office feel. Attach wallpaper on your wall that helps keep you alert so you can work for long hours if need be.
You can go for the self-adhesive wallpapers, which you can peel and stick whenever you want. An easy wallpaper on your wall makes you feel inspired and you can easily change it at a whim.
There are different kinds of wallpapers on the market. Just do a little research to find out the one that suits your needs.
You may not have the same inspiration at home as you have at the office. Whatever inspires you to work, you can pin it on the wall in your office.
It may be the quote of a famous personality or an image. Whatever makes you smile while you are working is worth decorating your walls with. Having inspiration can do wonders for your productivity level.
Stick your goals directly on your peel and stick wallpaper
It is challenging to stay motivated while working from home. Write down your goals and paste them on the wall where you work. Those lines will remind you of the purpose of doing that work and what and why you want to achieve it. The more you see it, the more you think about it, the more you work towards it.
Have you ever used peel and stick wallpaper on furniture?
Krystle Cook – the creator of Home Jobs by MOM – put her psychology degree on a shelf and dived into a pile of diapers and dishes instead. She is a wife and mother to two rambunctious boys, sweating it out in her Texas hometown. She loves cooking, DIY home projects, and family fun activities.