What Everyone Ought to Know about Workplace Organization by Emily Johnson from omipapers.com
Your home workplace has an impact on your productivity, concentration, creativity, inspiration, and curiosity.
With that in mind, it would be smart to think about organizing your writing office the best you can, wouldn't it?
Below is an infographic, by omipapers.com, that is useful not only for students but freelance workers too. Here are some key points:
It is more comfortable to work when your desk is clean. Of course, it can be difficult to say goodbye to the mess, but when you have a clean desk, you feel ready to get knowledge. By the way, a cup of green tea boosts productivity. Try it!
Two zones – two shifts. If you want to stay productive, you need to stay motivated. Make up a corner for inspiration, and it will become your place for relaxing after a work shift.
Comfort impacts health. It is not a myth. When you have a comfortable chair, it helps you stay more productive, healthy, and concentrated, as nothing distracts you from work.
To sum up, workplace organization takes time and effort, but the result you can get is awesome.