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Where to Work if Not From Home?

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You’ve probably worked from home for a while now. How are you doing? Have the walls closed in on you yet? Adjusting to working from home can be challenging. Maybe there are too many distractions, perhaps you simply don’t have enough space, or maybe your spouse also works from home and you’re in each other’s way. We can help if you need a change of scenery, because thanks to AnyDesk Remote Desktop Software, you can work from anywhere.

Outside

The benefits of working outside include getting fresh air and the chance to enjoy spring while also working at the same time. If you don’t have a balcony, many outside areas like parks offer public Wi-Fi. Consider the disadvantages before setting up camp outside though. You are more or less exposed to the weather and all the noises of the outside world and you can’t take gear like a printer with you. However, working outside could be a nice alternative for a couple of hours a week. It’s a breath of fresh air in your work routine—literally.

At a Friend’s House

While some households have reached full capacity, others lie empty. Chances are you know someone in your life who isn’t home during your regular work hours. You could basically form a living community and share the apartment. If you trust the person and they trust you, exchanging keys for a bit shouldn’t be a problem and you can also watch the home while they’re gone.

In a Hotel Room

Some hotels rent out rooms for workers, offering you an office experience, including all the necessary gear like printers, etc. Look out for hotels in your area that are affordable and suitable for your needs. The drive to your new office space itself can already clear your head and get you in the zone. That way, you can distinctly separate your private life from your work life.

Whether you choose one new location or alternate between several, changing up your routine can provide a fresh backdrop for renewed productivity. You may find that one works better for you or for certain types of work. Experiment and see what works best for you!

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