Whether you are a workaholic, a freelancer, or someone whose work just happens to spill over to their “off hours” habitually; having a spacious home office can feel like a luxury. Not only will you be more comfortable working, but you will also be more efficient with your work. Here, try your best to distribute your available light. Be minimalistic about your furniture; and smart about your storage. Remember that ceiling storage shelves are always an option for those files that are very important; but hardly ever used.

If you find yourself in a constant foul mood, and want to change this, then the below tips are for your interest… 

  • Get sufficient sleep – and the right amount of sleep depends entirely on you. On average, an adult is supposed to get 7 to 9 hours of night sleep to feel fully rested; however, some people find that they can function well in less than this. Sufficient sleep not only makes you healthier, makes you more creative and work efficient; it also makes you happier in general. It also helps you feel more energized; and more ready to face the world.  
    • Start the day off with positive thoughts – when you wake up in the morning, try to take a moment or two for yourself. This moment has to be all about you and happy/positive thoughts. Use it to organize your thoughts, plan out your tasks, or to give yourself a little pep talk. If you have the time, try to practice a few morning yoga stretches to start off your day with energy.
      • Make small changes in your life to keep yourself from getting bored – change is important to haveno matter how small. If you spend most of your day in the kitchen, make a change or two there to begin with. Change the style of it, opting from metal and shiny designs to modern French provincial kitchens or vice versa. If you spend most of your day at office in front of a desk, make your changes there. Anything from a new office chair to a new penholder will brighten your day and make you smile every time you see it. The same goes for your clothing. If you are not willing to spend a fortune on new clothing, try to give your old outfits a makeover; playing around with different color and style combinations…
        • Keep in touch with your friends and family – if having beautiful old fashioned kitchens or uncomfortable office chairs makes no difference to your day, perhaps it is because it is not a large part of your life. Your friends and family though, definitely count as a large part of your life. Not having regular contact with them can make you feel cranky and sometimes even lead to depression. There’s also the fact that humans are social creatures; and we need these interactions to functionregardless to how independent we are.
          • Try to be out in the sunlight, at least for a brief time every day – research has proved that there is a direct link to our mood and light in general. Most of us, unfortunately, spend a great deal of our time indoors. This means we hardly ever get to feel the sun on our bodies. If this is true in your case as well, try to change it as soon as possible. Get a little sun everyday; even if it’s only a few minutes during your lunch break…