Working from home sounds like a dream to those who don’t do it. Though it does indeed provide flexibility and other perks it can also be challenging in terms of separating life from work. One of the best ways to make a clear separation between a pending project and a pile of laundry or other non-job related tasks is to have a designated work space. This does not require you to have a separate room in your home or apartment. In fact, it can be a converted closet or a nook in the kitchen. The goal is to create a mental separation between paying work and (non-paying) life chores by creating a joyful and productive area to focus. The following list offers a few key elements for making this a reality. In general, things that appeal to you visually will inspire you. Truthfully, you don’t need to invest a ton of money to make you workspace look and feel great. Continue reading Get that home office cleaned up, so you can have a place to think.
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How do you find that perfect gift for the design savvy dad in your life? Our stylists worked this week to find the best ones and dish on their top picks. Here are 3 ideas to get you inspired! #1 Tools Spruce up the minimalist Dad’s kitchen by gifting him some stylish cooking tools. Our Father’s Day Spruce Up has some great tools from … Continue reading Fathers Day Gift Giving Guide.
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