So, you've decided to take that leap of faith and start working from home but your home isn't the most productive working environment.
One thing that I've found that really helps, is to keep your workspace organized, clean, and tidy. Which, to be honest, isn't one of my strong points. If I 'm able to master this, then so can you. It really helps, as far as productivity goes, to have a place for everything. You can find some great home office storage ideas on Pinterest. Once you get in the habit of knowing where everything is and keeping your workspace kind of clean, you'll really get a lot of work done.
I found that your environment can have a pretty significant effect, on how productive you are. Now, I know not everyone will agree with me because there are people who can work just fine, in a pigsty, and I'm impressed with them, but for the most part, your work is going to reflect the environment that you're in.
If you're in a disorganized, messy environment, that can end up being reflected in your work, at least in my opinion, so I would suggest, keeping your workspace clean, simple, and organized.
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