How to Create the Perfect WFH Space


Remote work has become the new normal for many since the start of the pandemic and most people are working at least a day or so from home. In order to perform to a high standard and make it easy to separate work from home, you must have a decent WFH setup. This guide will show you how to create the perfect space that will allow you to enjoy the perks of WFH.

Use a Dedicated Space

First, it is important that you have a dedicated space. You will find it hard to work from an area like the dining table, especially if there are others at home while you work. Ideally, there will be a spare room that you can use in a quiet area of the home. You could look to convert the attic or basement or at least try to find an area of a quiet room that you could use and work comfortably.

Ergonomic Office Chair

An ergonomic chair will be a key investment and you must find a chair that is comfortable and will offer support. Anyone that has worked from a dining table chair for a day before will tell you how uncomfortable it can be, so it is vital that you have a proper office chair that you can use. 

Strong Internet Access

A sometimes overlooked aspect of a home office is having a strong internet connection. It is important to work from a quiet area of the house, but if you have a weak signal then it will impact your performance and make WFH frustrating. This is why you should work somewhere that is close to the modem or use a Wi-Fi range booster. Internet access using a coaxial cable will give you a strong connection and should prevent any connectivity issues from interfering with your daily work. 

Good Lighting

You also need to make sure that you have good lighting in your WFH space. Natural light is incredibly important for overall well-being and you will likely be working during daylight hours, so you should work somewhere that has natural light flowing through. If the light is limited, you may find that using a mirror or light colours helps reflect natural light. 

Camera With Video Capability

If you are working from home, it is likely that you will be having video calls regularly and you need to make sure that this will not cause any problems. Therefore, you need a computer with a decent camera or a separate webcam that you can use to keep in touch throughout the day.

These are the key areas to focus on when setting up a WFH office that should help you to work to a high standard and keep work and home separate. 

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    Sustain | says:

    Wonderful tips for WFH. Thank you 😊

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