Home Office Organizing and Refresh | Still working from home?
January 15, 2021
Home office organizing is top of mind these days as many continue to work from home. As I stated last week, I started my business and although I did design work, it was heavily focused on organizing. While last week we looked at closets, this week our focus is on the home office.
I have always had a home office. For me, I love the fact that
My commute time is non-existent.
I don’t ever have to worry about the weather.
I don’t have extra bills/leases/rent to pay
Since Covid came into our lives, many people are working from home. The idea of a home office is one that is top of mind for many, many people. While some of us may have dedicated spaces, many do not. So how does one combine daily living with a work space?
Setting up and designing a home office is one area that I treat a little bit differently from all of the other spaces in a home. Funny enough, in this module, I use a car analogy.
Designing the Home Office
Once you’ve taken stock, just as I taught you with the car analogy, we’ll dive into designing the space.
In this section, we’ll look at
creative (DIY) ideas to create a space
equipment (desk, chair, etc.)
Feng Shui Tips
While I am not a Feng Shui expert, I have taken numerous classes and have learned some wonderful tips to create a successful home office.
In this module, you will learn 5 Feng Shui tips that I have always found useful when designing a home office. The one tip that I always use when designing is the direction of the desk.
You will learn all about this tip along with 4 more Feng Shui tips for your home office.
While the design of your office is important to function, being productive within your space is key!
In this module, I’ll be sharing my 5 top productivity tips including this one.
You will receive my 6 step process to refresh your closet. This 6-Step process works with any style of home office. In addition, I’e made things easy for you and have sourced many different desks, chairs, and organizational items.
I look forward to sharing this module with you as well as the other spaces we will tackle each week.