Hectic Holidays? Find an Oasis of Peace in Flexible Workspaces
Working at home during the holidays can deal a huge blow to your productivity. Granted, most people at work are busy dreaming of shopping lists, turkey dinners, and celebrating with family and friends at the end of the year, but for those who work at home, focus can be almost nonexistent.
Because people who work from home have built-in flexibility in their jobs, they may be more likely to throw caution to the wind and knock off early (or not “show up” to work at all). They may find themselves baking cookies or trimming the tree during the workday or answering the door for deliveries more times a day than they can count.
If family members are in town or the kids are out of school, a typical workday becomes anything but typical. Interruptions, noise, and distractions abound, making it difficult to serve your clients and stay productive (because you need a way to pay for all those Christmas gifts, right?).
This year, consider adding flexible office space to your wish list. Flexible workspaces live up their name by giving you a quiet, distraction-free zone where you can do your best work during the holidays and all year round. Here’s what you need to know. Read more.