If you haven’t already started working from outdoors, you need to right away! It’s the ultimate game-changer.
The fresh air will reinvigorate your attitude toward your 9-to-5 and help break up the monotonous routine of working from home.
Surrounding yourself with nature–chirping birds, blue skies, blooming flowers–will also just generally put you in a better mood. Being outside is great for your health!
There are a couple of challenges regarding working outside, though. So here are some things you should keep in mind as you go about assembling a workspace outdoors.
When the sun is shining high in the sky, it becomes impossible to see your laptop screen, even if it’s turned up to the highest brightness setting.
That’s why it’s important to invest in items like umbrellas or canopies to give you some shade. Pay close attention to the material of the fabric when purchasing your umbrella.
The best material will not only provide you with the appropriate amount of shade, but it will also work to block the heat from the sun’s rays.
In addition, consider purchasing an outdoor fan you can place on your patio or deck that you can use to stay cool.
You must also establish a proper workspace. It might be fun to sprawl out on a chaise lounge for the first couple of days. But after that, you’ll start feeling the pain from the lack of back support.