It’s been a year since many of us started what was thought to be a “brief ” stint of working from home. If you’re reading this, you’re likely one of the 1 in 4 Americans who will be working from home this year. That being said, working remotely can be quite rewarding; you can work from the comfort of your couch, the stressful commute is non-existent, and family time is much more immediate. For some, this new environment is short-lived, while others may find themselves growing accustomed to the amenities.
Whether remote work is a temporary situation for you or a long-term one, optimizing your workflow has never been more pertinent. We’ve gathered some digital tools that can help you accomplish that this spring.
Organize Your Home Office
A key component of any home office is the layout and design of the workspace. Careful consideration is needed when considering your daily flow. Do you find yourself working in an increasingly cluttered workstation? This is where organization comes in. Taking the extra steps to organize your space will optimize your productivity, saving you time to focus on the more important parts of your life.
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