It’s no easy task to create a workspace that helps to keep you motivated. This is especially true if your home office has largely been pieced together into a makeshift space.
Your home office deserves more than a sad desk and chair in your former guest bedroom. Here are a few office upgrades you can use to give your home office a little more pep in its step.
Replace your office chair with a boss chair
Your home office isn’t a cubicle, so why are you treating it like one? Instead of sitting in your average rolling computer chair, opt for a more traditional chair like a comfortable wingback.
In your home, you’re the boss and you deserve to feel like one in your office space. What’s more, traditional seating is often more comfortable and can help with your posture.
Set up real window treatments
It’s hard to be motivated when your home office looks like a jail cell. Get rid of your old blinds and stained curtains and go for custom window treatments instead.
Not only do window treatments give your office a more professional look but they also come in a variety of colors and styles you can customize to fit your windows.
Give your office supplies a facelift
If you’ve been feeling nostalgic watching your kids pick out fresh new school supplies for fall it may be time to give your own office supplies a serious upgrade.
Take a look around your office to determine what supplies you use the most. Consider giving them a fresh coat of spray paint if they’re looking a little worse for wear. As for the supplies you don’t use too often, think about turning them in for a new set of tools that will make you more motivated to use them.
Toss the pens you’ve been having to circle around on paper to get them to work and invest in a couple that writes as smooth as butter. You’ll be happy that you did.
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