It doesn’t matter what your main workspace is, or how many you have in total, but what does matter is that you have a workspace that you enjoy to be at.
1. Windows are great because of the natural light, and possibly fresh air. If you can, choose the window cubicle, or at home, pick a well-lit room.
2. Get Rid of Junk
3. Consider color -Using similar tones from the same palette with a slight contrast somehow makes your eyes visualize a broader space.
4. Get a plant
5. Love the stuff in your space – exercise, ball, perfect desk and a good performance computer.
Organized in work is organized in your work space. Your desk is a reflection of your workability. Your personality that glows through your work ethics starts with your appearance of your desk and surrounding space. That might seem superficial but it is much deeper.
For example: you wouldn’t have your hair done by a stylist who comes to work with “bed hair” would you?
You wouldn’t want to be severed by a waiter with dirty finger nails?
Right, now you are on the right track. An organized space no mater what the size brings order to your life. This transcends through your personality. So working in a small space at home should not alter your work ethics or general skills from working in a large office in a tower downtown amongst the hustle and bustle. Plus this way you get your java when you want, how you want without a clock ticking.