Quiz: What’s Your Ideal Home Office Setup?
A productive environment means something slightly different to everyone.
It can be the difference between smashing out a day of high-quality work or slugging through your duties with indifference. Making sure you’ve tuned your home office to your own style of working is essential if you find yourself working remotely. And even if you’re just taking advantage of the company flexible work policy, a day or two each week at home isn’t really work if you’re covered in cheezel crumbs with one eye on Queer Eye while you refresh your Slack messages and read the newsletters in your inbox. Your employer will notice that you did absolutely nada. Seriously.
So, what’s your personal work-from-home paradise? Depending on your preferences for high and low stimulation, you might find your focus in a quiet, softly lit room or a desk setup in a bustling office. Let’s dig in a little deeper to find out some things about you. In the end, you’ll have a blueprint for a killer home office setup that suits you to a tee. Sad desk succulent optional.
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