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Whether you’re working from home temporarily or it’s your everyday gig, a home office is essential to your productivity. There are a lot of distractions at home: your favorite TV shows are just a click away, pets and other household members seek your attention, and there’s no one enforcing the “no cell phone at work” rule. Plus, there’s probably a list of projects or chores you need to address. Creating a makeshift home office where you can meet professional obligations with fewer disruptions will allow you to work smarter and stay on track.

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1. Identify a space

More people than ever are working from home and creating a home office in even the smallest of spaces. Rule number one is to find an area away from your relaxing space where you normally enjoy your downtime. Whether you’re on a laptop or working from your desktop computer, identify a space that is not too confining, yet creates a sense of separation from the rest of the household. Alcoves are a great option. Don’t forget to choose an area with plenty of outlets nearby.

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