Many thanks to Emily from OmniPapers, who’s been in touch with this GREAT infographic and 3 tips for organising your home office. When you’re a writer, having your own space is SO important – as I know only too well, working off my kitchen table! Hey ho, one day I’ll have an awesome desk LIKE THIS (**Homer Simpson Slavering Noises**!!! If you want to help me achieve my dream desk, BUY MY BOOKS! Hahaha!) In the meantime, over to you, Emily …
Sophisticated writers claim that a well-organised home writing office motivates you to improve your writing skills. But let’s call a spade a spade: of course your writing office has impact on your creativity, concentration and productivity!
Don’t believe me? Then check out this fab infographic, “Your Writing Cabinet Organisation: Cheat Sheet” by OmniPapers and its key points on organising your writing office the best you can:
1) Organise your writing desk
Don’t let your muse disappear! You should be always ready for inspiration boost: stickers, digital highlighters, a lamp, live plants, and a cup of green tea might help you.
Do you still have anything superfluous on your writing desk? Hide it! MORE: Top Tools of 8 Famous Writers
2) Organise your writing office
If you want to organize your writing office, be sure you have two zones in a room: computer and non-computer ones.
As you might guess, Zone 1 is dedicated to the working process only. Be concentrated and ready to make your writing rock!
Zone 2 is for your inspiration. Here you can also gauge the quality of your papers, read something interesting and useful, and relax. MORE: Why Writer Luck Is More Than Throwing Spaghetti At The Wall
3) Add some comfort and health
It is good when you can write great papers, but it is better when you do it in a comfortable and healthy way. Firstly, make sure your chair is comfortable, and it can support lower back. Secondly, don’t hesitate to work standing if you want to. MORE: 10 Tips On Being A Productive Writer