If you are one of the thousands of Aussies who have the privilege of working from home, the office looks a bit different these days, doesn’t it?
Following advice from the Government that anyone who can work from home, should in order to ‘flatten the curve’ and slow the spread of COVID-19, ergonomic chairs and the (often annoying) sound of coworkers having meetings that could be emails, have been replaced by kitchen stools and an ambiance of delivery trucks, leaf blowers and construction sounds.
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Any freelancer or business owner who’s been working from home for a while will tell you just how important a dedicated work space is. Not just to make sure you can still get stuff done, but to maintain a healthy separation between work life and home life.
This gets hard when you’ve had to set up your office on the dining room table, or are sharing an office space with your new colleagues a.k.a your partner, kids, housemates, pets and family.
To give you some desk inspiration – and make you feel less alone about your space – we asked a bunch of women to show us how they’ve set up their working from home situation.
Some are chic and soothing. Others feature a work chair brought home from the office because, ergonomics. Then there are the ones taking over the living room. Enjoy!