GOLD NOTESNUGGETS FROM THE WORLD OF RESIDENTIAL DESIGN
My first-ever work from home space was an L-shaped desk in my Los Angeles kitchen. I was writing for several publications and corporate clients at that time – roughly 1989 to 1994 – from a one-bedroom apartment on a Mac SE.
My current WFH space is a dedicated writing studio in my San Diego townhouse. I love having only a two-story commute, and being able to leave work at the end of the day. What is your setup – and could it be healthier, more secure and more functional?
My latest piece covers the many ways to upgrade your work from home space, whether it’s a corner of your bedroom or its own room. Take a look and join the conversation with my expert sources this afternoon on Clubhouse (see link in SOCIAL GOLD below).
Upgrading your work from home space has many advantages
(Photo: Village West Design)