In this era of masks and lockdowns, the way we work has changed a great deal. More and more of us are now working from home instead of commuting into an office every day. This is great news for those of us who hate driving to work and fighting the traffic to get back home, but working from home comes with its own set of problems as well.
On gray days it means you have less incentive to go out, and so you may not get as much exercise as you used to. Plus, even if you have a dedicated study in your house, that work zone may not be as well equipped as you are used to. Most of us haven’t had to create an office space in our house before, and there are a few details that can measurably improve the work from home experience and make our home office more practical.