With the rise of freelancers and remote workers, more people are beginning to work from home. It’s become essential than ever to have a home office that promotes health and productivity. If the home office space doesn’t suit your client’s working behaviour, it can result in reduced productivity and poor physical health.
Ideally, you should dedicate a space where your clients can separate life and work. The home office should be accessed without going through communal and personal spaces.
Read on to find easy ways you can create a more relaxing and healthy home office: