Teleworking has become a reality for many of us in recent months. Although it offers many benefits, it can be difficult to find a work-life balance. In this article, we will give you practical advice for organizing your teleworking and improving your productivity.
A Pegboard to adapt to teleworking
Coline is a real boss! She installed her Pegboard Quark in her new office and we are totally fans of her home office space. At Quark, we love seeing how our products can help create productive and stylish workspaces . Take a look at his Instagram account to see his impressive installation. Here is what Coline told us about Quark (published on 05/11/20):
"The Quark Pegboard has become my best friend during (re)lockdown. It allows me to stay organized and respond to all my clients' requests while adding a touch of style to my office. Thank you Quark!"
Create a dedicated workspace
The first tip for organizing your teleworking is to create a dedicated workspace. It is important to separate your professional life from your personal life. You can set up a corner of your living room or bedroom, or even use an entire room if you're lucky enough to have one. The main thing is to have a space where you can work without being disturbed.
Invest in ergonomic equipmentWorking from home can have consequences on your health if you are not properly equipped. It is important to invest in ergonomic equipment to prevent muscle pain and tension. You can opt for a comfortable office chair, an ergonomic keyboard and mouse, or even a height-adjustable desk if you have back problems.
Establish a regular work schedule
Plan your daily tasks
Communicate regularly with your colleagues
Take regular breaks
Discover a desk with a Pegboard
The trestle table evokes the spirit of the drawing table of designers and other product engineers. I see in this choice of furniture a nod to his professional world .
So now it's up to you to tell us what you think! Do you like using the Pegboard as a desk accessory?
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See you soon Quarkos!