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8 Ways to Make Your Home Office More Comfortable

Since you work remotely, your home office doesn’t have to reflect the 9-5 cubicle lifestyle so many full time workers have to endure. You can infuse your space with things that are cozy, comfortable, and make you happy. It’s just one of the benefits of working from home — if you plan to work full …

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Fun Themes and Looks to Try in Your Home Office

There’s nothing that says your home office has to be boring. You might even find that jazzing it up with a fun theme does wonders to improve your overall productivity. If you’re tired of looking at the same stuff each time you walk into your office, here are some fun themes and looks to try …

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6 Shared Home Office Ideas for Two People

Creating a perfect home office space can be a challenging endeavor. You want to create a space that is functional, creative, and allows your work to thrive. When you are attempting to create a place where more than one person can work at a time, the challenge can be even more difficult to tackle. Whether …

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DIY Home Office Standing Desk

Standing desks are an awesome addition to any home office, but they can also be expensive. So, you’re ready to try a home office standing desk to improve your work productivity? Try some of these excellent do-it-yourself options to build your own standing desk this weekend! Repurpose household items In a pinch, items around your …

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The 5 Most Comfortable, Ergonomic Chairs for Your Home Office

The humble home office chair is an often overlooked, yet vital piece of the remote work puzzle. The chair you spend a good portion of your time in can have a surprising effect on your health and well-being. In fact, a great home office chair should be one of your top priorities.  1. Humanscale Freedom This is …

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How to Add Feng Shui Elements To Your Home Office Decor

Feng shui is the ancient Chinese art of arrangement, and its principals can easily be added to your home office decor. Whether or not you believe in feng shui, adding some of the philosophy’s elements can help create a sense of balance and well being, and keeps the energy flowing in a room. When it comes …

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Hipsterize Your Home Office Set Up With These Clever Finds

The key when adding a hipster element to your home office setup is to incorporate subtle finds without seeming to try too hard. True hipsters define themselves as mysterious, creative, and cool. If you want to bask in this coolness, we’ve got some of the best items to add to your work from home office set up. …

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Great Home Office Ideas to Tackle Clutter

Conquering clutter is at the top of everyone’s list these days, and your home office should be no exception. In fact, your home office should be the first spot that you get organized. An organized office increases your productivity and peace of mind, and provides you with a professional space to further your career. Here are some …

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Home Office Setup Ideas for Limited Spaces

The concept of working from home is an approach that both employers and employees are embracing today for various reasons. But as much as your house is cozy and comfortable, you need a space where you can concentrate on your official duties away from the couch, which is why you should consider having a home …

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Home Office Decor to Upgrade Your Workspace

When you work from home there’s no one to see–or judge–your home office. You can work from the kitchen table, the couch, the bed…whatever. But when you work remotely day in and day out, there’s something to be said for having a built out home office. It’s where you’re expected to think big. It’s where …

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Home Office Ideas From People Who Work From Home

Setting up your home office can be liberating, but 60 percent of polled Remoters still say their home office needs work. First, you have to take into account the space you have to work with and how much money you’re willing to spend on your home office. Once you have a home office idea established, …

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Rolling remote with Nichole Moorman

Nichole is a therapist and certified Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) teacher, who runs her own business, Mindfulness Based Interventions. Working remotely allows her to travel to the communities and people she works with, making her services more accessible. When she’s not on the road, she works from her home office where she gets her …

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Rolling remote with Pablo Varela

Pablo works for Sourcefabric, a nonprofit that develops software for independent news organizations, from his home office in Spain. His main job is working on the frontend of Sourcefabric’s Superdesk app, a newsroom tool that manages the journalistic process. Pablo works mainly from his home office, but when he works somewhere else or travels, he likes …

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Rolling remote with Tracy Sigler

Tracy is the CEO of two fully remote companies–The Cheat Sheet and Remoter–and is one of the biggest proponents of the work-from-home revolution. A true Remoter, Tracy has worked remotely for 13 years and during that time he’s cultivated his dream work space complete with self-made desk, brainstorming whiteboard, and lots and lots of sun. Below …

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Rolling remote with Bridget DeMeis

As a fully remote marketing manager for The Cheat Sheet, Bridget doesn’t stay in one place for long. Whether she’s hopping from her home office to a nearby Panera Bread or trading the cold of upstate NY for the sun of Orlando, FL, Bridget takes advantage of her flexible work from home lifestyle. Below she …

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Rolling remote with Julia Mullaney

Julia writes about health, fitness, culture, and entertainment for The Cheat Sheet. But once she signs off for the day, her creativity doesn’t stop. She’s a food writer and runs SimplyDeliciousBlog.com, a site where she shares original, simple recipes that she started curating in college. Julia also wrote a cookbook geared toward millennial men. Below, Julia tells …