In today’s fifth and final installment in our five part series on Feng Shui tips for your home office space, this week we’re talking about organizing your work space.
Continuing with the third installment in our five part series on Feng Shui tips for your home office space, this week we’re talking about sound and scent. Practicing Feng Shui can be a great way to keep a happy balance in…
Practicing Feng Shui can be a great way to keep a happy balance in your office space. Continuing with the second installment in our five part series on Feng Shui tips for your home office space, this week we’re talking about light and color.
Working from home certainly has its benefits, and a few drawbacks. Practicing Feng Shui can be a great way to keep a happy balance in your office space.
Considering entering the virtual assistant industry? There are a lot of attractive benefits: no commute, no office dramas, and possible the freedom to make your own hours. If you’re new to being a VA, here are some tips to help get you started.
Making the change from on-site work to online work can be a challenge but it’s necessary if you’re starting your own home-based business, telecommuting, or freelancing. Make these big changes easier by preparing yourself and planning ahead. To help you get started, here are five tips to make the transition a little easier.
One of the joys of working at home is that you can set up your office the way you want and that is most effective for you. It’s a chance to work in a place that is completely you. Don’t be shy to experiment in layout but make sure you have the essentials. So what does every home office really need?
Nothing stymies productivity quite like clutter; it distracts you and interferes with your workflow, and it only goes away if you do something about it. Clearing the clutter from your workspace should not be used as an excuse to avoid work, and if you get into the habit of maintaining a more organized office you also end up creating a naturally clutter free space. Maintaining an organized office can be achieved by implementing three simple steps that should become part of your daily routine.
Feng Shui uses the five elements of nature to correct the negative energy and support positive energy in the office or working environment.