A happy workspace is a productive workspace, but how can you make sure it’s a happy place, to begin with? Everyone has days when they’re less motivated than others, especially when working from home during a worldwide pandemic, so is there anything that can be done around the home office to ensure you’re being as productive as possible? Put simply, yes there is. From creating the right working climate to utilizing the power of plants, there are a number of workplace-based ideas you can utilize to encourage productivity. Listed below are a few great ideas to get you started. Continue…
What is Asana?
Asana is a web and mobile application designed to manage project productivity. Facebook co-founder, Dustin Moskovitz, and software engineer, Justin Rosenstein, saw a need to coordinate teams more effectively inside the social network’s operations, and from this, Asana was born.
Let’s be honest, life is hectic. Between work, home, kids (if you have them) and trying to have a social life, everything can blend together and it can become hard to stay organized. While work-life balance is important, work is a large contributor to our attitude, happiness and overall outlook on life. If you are one that wears many hats at work, here are five ways to relieve the stress of having what seems like one million things to do. Disclaimer: random tedious and sometimes unpleasant things are inevitably going to pop up, but turning these tips into habits will make it more bearable.
According to Thrive Global, work-life balance is at the top of employee’s wish lists when it comes to overall happiness in the workplace. This study shows that people who have flexible schedules are more likely to keep their work schedule consistent and under control, as well as maintain a healthy home lifestyle. Ironically, the same study highlights the fact that even work-life experts struggle to sufficiently balance work and life.
Creative space is much more than simply decorating your desk with toys and distractions (like Michael Scott from The Office). We spend a large portion of our lives working, so creating a work environment that promotes collaborative work, natural light, optional standing, and an aesthetically pleasing layout encourages us to enjoy the work we do—which tends to produce better work. On top of enticement to come into work, a creative workspace provides many physical, emotional, and professional benefits.
It’s 8:00 am, the alarm goes off, and the first thing that pops in your head is, “Do I really have to go into the office today?”
Everyone has had that first thought, no matter where they work. But what if you didn’t have to go into work? What if you could stay home and do all the same stuff you’d do in the office, but in your sweats? Continue…