The trend of working some or all of the time from home looks like it’s here to stay. When you reach the point where a laptop on the couch just isn’t quite cutting it, it’s time to carve out a permanent space for productivity. I’m at that very point this autumn. Inspired by Leo Babauta and others toward a distraction-free workspace, I want to discuss the planning process with you in this week’s Wreadcast.
(Brief Audio Summary: More and more people are working from home, needing to design their own office space. For me, my essentials ending up including a window for partitioning focus between work and the outside work during writing breaks. . .)
This is a Wreadcast, a short-term, informal podcast piece. After about a week, the audio will be replaced with a text summary to make room for a new Wreadcast.