Working from home, whether through necessity or by choice brings with it numerous benefits, but you’d be hard-pressed to find even the most ardent homeworker that doesn’t miss some aspects of the office.
One on hand, you can save time and money not having to commute. There’s more flexibility working from home, more freedom.
On the other hand, you may feel less focused with all of the distractions in the home. This can make you less productive.
Perhaps there’s a partner working at home too, kids or visitors that demand your attention and 101 things to do around the house that make it impossible to concentrate.
The questions that you should ask yourself if you’re in this situation are:
When you sit down on the couch at the end of each day, how do you feel?
Do you feel like you’ve accomplished the things that were needed during the day, ready to recharge and take on tomorrow?
Or do you feel unfulfilled, like you’re spinning too many plates and something has to give?
If you’re accepting that working from home is not ideal, but you don’t feel like a return to the office is something that you’re ready for, don’t worry. You’re not alone.
You’re also not without options.
Remote Working Doesn’t Necessarily Mean Work From Home
Just because you’re not working out of the office doesn’t mean you have to work from home.
It means that you need to work remotely.
Finding a suitable environment to work in, that provides you with everything you need for a solid day’s work is possible and the perfect solution may be to rent a desk.
If you’re an employee, you could let your manager know about the difficulties you are facing and ask them about the feasibility of such an arrangement.
For business owners, renting a desk might be a great way to explore the opportunities that come with premises that you only use for business purposes.
You Might Find Yourself Working Remotely For Longer Than Expected
Further to the requirements put in place to contain the pandemic, research has shown that a return to the office may be slower than expected.
Recent analysis predicts that in 2022, more than half of office-based staff will still work remotely on a semi-permanent basis.
So if your current arrangement isn’t one that will be suitable for the foreseeable future, it may be time to think about how to adapt.
Rent A Desk At Wrkspace
If you would like to explore the possibility of renting a desk at one of our prestigious locations please get in touch with our helpful staff who would be delighted to show you around.
Renting a desk at Wrkspace is highly flexible and hassle-free.
It’s priced per hour or day and includes all of the on-site services and facilities available to our tenants.
- your own desk which is socially distanced from others
- high-speed broadband
- private parking
- complimentary tea and coffee
So, if you want to restore your sanity and get more out of your working day, maybe you need to rent a desk?Published