Level Up Group
Whether you are running your own business or work from home, or juggle both, having well planned dedicated space will increase your productivity and will help you focus on your work.
Working from home becomes more and more possible for many people. They welcome it as a great opportunity to spend more time with their family and avoid an exhausting commute. But those who tried it, often, say it is not as easy as it seems.
If you are juggling your family duties and work from home, inevitably you will struggle with these challenges:
- Your family does not realize you are actually working and has no second thoughts about interrupting your work
- It is very difficult to focus, since you are in your usual space, that simply does not feel like a working environment
Create your ideal office space in your basement!
Having an independent dedicated office space in your basement will take your work to another level! Many psychologists analyzing modern office work challenges point out the fact that it is easier to focus in a dedicated space that you see as a working space.
If you do run your own company, the added bonus of working from your home office is that you do not have to commit to costly commercial rent that requires a commitment between 3 to 5 years at least. If anything modern times showed us, is that business has to be scalable and adaptable. You even get to write off not only renovation, but maintenance expenses.
You might not even need a separate entrance, unless you have visitors often, or plan on having employees work in your office space.
Ergonomic basement home office space
The great advantage of creating a dedicated office space in your basement is that you can easily design it to meet your working style. After all, we do spend 8 to 10 hours a day working, why not do it in comfort if you can. The more you will want to spend time in your office, the more time you will dedicate your business or career development.
Here you can set up a regular desk, or standing workstation, get a comfortable sitting area, where you can relax. If you prefer to vary activities, you can install a treadmill or workout equipment, even a dedicated yoga area for productive breaks.
Make your space feel functional and inspired!
In our time when online meetings became common, and business social media posts are the new business standard, you can easily set up an area in your basement office for your video communication and self-taping. It will make your message heard much better, and you will look more professional.
You will quickly see the benefits of working in your home, being close to your family, yet be in a different space altogether at the same time. With so much fewer interruptions you will achieve so much more.
Do not leave your basement space underused when you can comfortably work setting new goals in your work, or your business.