Do you remember what your workspace looked like at your office? Your real office, not the office that you hastily erected in the dining room back in March, when you started working from home. Neither do we.
Just like 9-to-5 office hours have gone the way of the dinosaur during the pandemic, companies may opt to reduce their office footprint, making WFH less the exception and more the new normal.
It's time to get serious.
If your home is going to be your primary office for the foreseeable future — or years to come — you might consider investing in outfitting your space for efficiency, ergonomics and a little enjoyment. Here are six ways to help you think of this as an investment in yourself.