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The Four Biggest Challenges To Working Remotely

I can’t remember a time in our nation's recent history, when so many people had to reinvent their living spaces, to accommodate their work lives. I have been working from home in some capacity, for most of my life. Creating a workspace has constantly been a part of my life and thinking.

The four biggest challenges to working remotely:

  1. Finding a quiet place to work and think.

  2. Setting work boundaries

  3. Creating an Inspiring Environment

  4. Functional Space to Work and Play in

People who are unable to work at their office during this time, are turning corners, closets, attics, guest rooms, dining rooms, and living rooms, into immediate workspaces. It probably sounded good when you first thought about working from home! But maybe you didn’t consider- the noise of the TV, the people, and the activities of the life we all love, constantly interrupting the workday. Oh and hey, who moved those documents you needed?

The work atmosphere is probably less than inspiring if your household is like most with everyone home. It is hard to set boundaries between home life and work life.

Even though working from home can pose some challenges, the benefits can be tremendously worthwhile, if you set your workspace and home life boundaries, right from the beginning!

Depending on where you live and what the climate is like, will determine whether your office space can change biannually or can remain the same. The space you set should inspire you! The temperature should be conducive to work and why not have a great view!

Bubble Butts inflatable tents allow for a substantial amount of space, a controlled climate, and a 360-degree view of nature! Look out at flowers, trees, birds, mountains, pools, and gardens, all while keeping your workspace, separate from all the activity going on in the home. Set a time that you are done working and connect with family and friends. Create a communication system with your family, whether by chat, email, phone, or walkie-talkie, so they can communicate with you in your work area. Take breaks and check in with them.

Documents should be securely filed in a locked filing cabinet or in a computer safe place when you a done working for the day. Have a safe place in the house to store that info, that is off-limits to the kids. Add a wifi extender to the Bubble Butts office for great internet reception.

During seasons of extreme heat and cold, you will want to consider changing up your office space to accommodate seasonal temperatures. More ideas on that later!

A little planning of your office and success now can add up to a happy lifestyle and more money because good things happen when people are inspired!


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