Best for Working from Home
Tuesday, 7 April 2020 | Social
First and foremost, try and keep some sort of routine. Get up at the same time, and importantly, ensure you get regular breaks. Blurring the lines between the bedroom and office can be a lethal mix. Try to keep your work and rest places as separate as possible. If space is a problem, a kitchen table as a desk is much better than a bed!
If you’re working from home, lack of natural light can really impact on your mental health and wellbeing – along with productivity. Try and position your work station as close to a window as possible – and make the most of your breaks – a walk - or even a cuppa in the garden, will make all the difference.
This Batilda office chair is part of a range of stylish office seating from The Home Company which will be open as soon as it is safe to do so.