How to Stay Focused at Home: Short Tips for Workplace Organization

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How to Stay Focused at Home: Short Tips for Workplace Organization,

by Emily Johnson

If you are a freelance writer, you might have noticed that work from home is time and energy consuming. Thus, self-organization is a key to productivity boost at home.

Being a self-organized person means being able to manage your time and workflow, and stay productive.

Fun fact: your workplace can increase your productivity and help to boost your spirits.

If you want to learn the art of home workplace organization, take a look at “Your writing cabinet organization” by OmniPapers. It is a hint at how to stay focused at home.

When writing a high-quality content, it’s important to stay focused and motivated. If you want to succeed, you should organize your writing desk.

Be sure to:

  • hide all extra stuff;
  • use good lighting;
  • use a digital highlighter;
  • take a cup of green tea;
  • put live plants.

If you want to boost inspiration and be more efficient, demark two zones for your workplace.

You need to:

  • create computer and non-computer zones;
  • paint the walls blue or green;
  • hang an inspirational painting or a quotation;

Add some comfort, as it is the way to take care of your health.

To stay healthy:

  • buy a comfortable office chair;
  • use mini elliptical trainers;
  • stand up from time to time;
  • work standing for a while;
  • choose a good lamp.

These short tips can help you stay focused while working at home. If there is something left off the list, don’t hesitate to contact us!


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Bio: Emily Johnson is a content strategist of OmniPapers blog and contributor to many websites about blogging and writing. She shares her experience with others, and you can always find more of her work on G+.

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  1. Great suggestions! On my way to the store soon to buy green tea!

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