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Little Luxuries That Will Transform Your Home Office

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Working from home has its benefits. Working in the comfort of your own home can help you feel more relaxed, as well as help you manage your work/life balance better. However, working from home also has its downsides and your little home office can soon start to feel like a cage.

The advantage of working from home is that you can decorate your home office as you please, bringing in items you’d never get away with in a typical office. Want to make your home working space great? Here are some little luxuries that will transform your home office.

Coffee Machine

A coffee machine is a valuable asset to your home office. When you can’t get to your local coffee shop or you need an instant pick-me-up, then being able to have quality coffee is a must. Take a look at some of the best small office coffee machines to help you pick the best one for you. This small investment will bring you a lot of joy and save you multiple trips to the kitchen throughout the day.

Massage chair pad

Not many people could get away with having a massage chair in their office, but when you work from home – you can do whatever you like! A massaging chair pad is a great way to relieve a tired back and shoulders, helping you to relax and de-stress. Ideal for using during long phone calls or when you need a bit of thinking time, you’ll be happy you made the investment.

Air conditioner

Is your home office the smallest room in your house? It’s also likely to be the warmest, which can make it difficult to get any work done on hot summer days. A portable air conditioner is a worthy purchase to help you stay cool throughout the summer months, helping you to stay awake and alert and allow you to work comfortably. You could install a more permanent unit, but portable air conditioners are great for offering flexibility.

Virtual home assistant

Virtual home assistants are common in many homes now, and whether you use Amazon’s Alexa or Google Home, you won’t know what you ever did before you got a home assistant. From helping to plan your schedule to reminding you to take a break, you can benefit from many of your home assistant’s features to help you with your working day.

An additional monitor

Why work from one monitor when you can have two? Many typical office spaces don’t have enough space for two monitors, but you can use one at home to increase your productivity and help you carry out tasks easier. There are many benefits of having a second monitor, but if you work with spreadsheets, design, video production and other types of work, you’ll soon see why having an additional monitor is an asset.

Simple changes can really transform your home office and give you the boost you need to work efficiently and productively. Just getting to grips with your home office? Avoid these common home office mistakes to ensure the best start.

 

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Simon is a creative and passionate business leader dedicated to having fun in the pursuit of high performance and personal development. He is co-founder of Applied Change, a Business Change consultancy based in the UK. Simon is also an Ambassador for Gloucestershire business. Simon is an Associate Member of the Chartered Institute of Professional Development.

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