Thursday, July 19, 2018

2 results for 'home office'

Retirement Undone

By In Suzi's Words, published on Apr 23, 2014

Setting up an office as opposed to working at the dining room or kitchen table has many benefits. Not only will a designated workspace inspire greatness, provide a quiet and comfortable place to work, and offer an opportunity for tax deductions; an ergonomically designed home office may also help avoid maladies such as carpal tunnel and frequent trips to the chiropractor for shoulder, neck, spine, and back pain.

5 Tips for Saving Your Back in the Second Act

One might think setting up a home-based office ergonomically is a daunting task; however, there are... (more)

Tags: seniors, baby boomers, retirement, non-profit, back pain, home office, helping others, volunteer, desk chair, chiropractor, ergonomic

The Best (and Worst) Colors to Paint Your Office

By Allison Way, published on Jan 24, 2011

Sounds a little bogus, doesn't it? It's pretty bizarre that the color of your office can actually affect the way that your business is run. But it's true: the color that you surround yourself with while you work greatly affects your mood. And as all entrepreneurs know, your mood can greatly affect the direction that your business goes in.

There is a reason that McDonald's arches are bright yellow. Yellow is the color for happiness, joy, and youth.

There is a reason that the inside of a Starbucks is painted deep green and maroon. Both colors ignite feelings of warmth, comfort... (more)

Tags: inspiration, office space, entrepreneurship, productivity, home office, paint colors

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