Home working is lonelier, offers less scope for brainstorming, and has required many people to work in what can best be described as imperfect conditions.
Few of us will be missing the fluorescent strip lights and cheap nylon carpets of the office, yet many people have swapped this for cramped spare rooms beside ironing boards and toyboxes.
Fortunately, making a home office nicer doesn’t involve great expense or radical decluttering. Some simple and cost-effective steps can have a dramatic impact…
Of course, maybe the single most important thing to keep remote working from devolving into frustration is a fast, reliable internet connection – so while you’re here, check out the best broadband deals in your area – an upgrade could be cheaper than you think!
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