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Office Trends of 2016

2016 home office trends

Trends come and go like seasons. Some people partake in trends, and others stick to what they are comfortable with as the trends pass. One of the trendiest places can be your office, whether it is your corporate office of your home office. For some people, their work space impacts the quality of the work they do. Check out the corporate office trends of this year that you could implement in your home office today!

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Five Home Organization and Storage Methods

It’s not easy to tackle clutter. After a while, however, it’s hard to live in a space where constant mess overwhelms you and something has to be done. It can be difficult in a very small space and even more difficult in a large home where clutter spreads. It’s even harder when you go to a friend’s and see their home neatly organized and put together. So how do they do it? Each homeowner has his or her own method of organizating their items because they choose what works best for them. Here are five unique methods for storing and organizing your senseless mess, and getting your life back in order.3985839229_071cafa948_o Continue reading “Five Home Organization and Storage Methods” »

Get a Good Office Chair and Save Your Back

It’s safe to say most office workers probably spend the majority of their day sitting down. So, 40 hours per week sitting at work plus whatever time spent sitting at home is an awful lot of sitting. We’re sure you’ve heard that prolonged sitting is not the best on your back, and we know that unfortunately there are not always a lot workers can do about it.

Some people choose to combat sitting all day by purchasing a standing desk. You certainly burn more calories standing up, and standing can help some people stay awake and energized the entire day. You don’t have to stand at the desk all day (you can purchase a tall chair), but standing for even just a few hours certainly can be beneficial. In fact, this article is a great account of a person’s experience after using a standing desk for one year. Lifehacker published an article last month about the Five Best Office Chairs, and it’s a great resource. Sure, the chairs tend to be a bit pricey (some more than $1,000), but think back to how many hours per day, per week, and per year you spend sitting at work. When you compare the cost to the hours per year sitting, perhaps it doesn’t seem so expensive. In addition, maybe your employer might cover some of the costs.

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Nicer chairs often can be found at stores, such as Corporate Office Interiors, which carry discount office furniture. Michigan is where Steelcase’s headquarters is located, and they have a lot of popular furniture as well in various locations worldwide. IKEA also has affordable designs with locations everywhere.

Regardless of the type of desk or chair you use, it is important to get up every so often and walk around, even if it is just to get a drink of water or use the restroom. Instead of sitting in the office during your entire lunch break, take a short walk around the building, block, or anywhere you can.

What to Do with a Spare Room

Found yourself an extra room in the house? Oftentimes, these undefined spaces become storage areas for unwanted items that eventually become forgotten. Don’t waste the space and transform that spare room into a sanctuary for your hobbies. You’ll be adding value to your property, plus you’ll have enough space to enjoy your interests to the fullest. Continue reading “What to Do with a Spare Room” »

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