The Standing Desk: Pros, Cons and Weight-Loss

The interest in standing desks is growing.  Several months ago I posted an article about standing desks.    Apartment Therapy Tech had an article describing one woman’s experience with an inherited standing desk and her personal list of pros and cons.   Pro #1 was reported weight-loss. This got my attention. One of the reasons behind…There’s more. Click here.

Offices of the Rich and Famous: Are They Better Than Yours?

It is easy to think everyone else has a better office than you. Everyone else is more organized than you. This is especially true when you compare yourself to people who seem to “have it all.”  This article in Lifehacker shows you the reality of the offices of Tina Fey, Bill Gates and Al Gore.…There’s more. Click here.

Home Office Advantage: How One Entrepreneur Improved His Business

Why work from home? If you have a home-based business, if you are a consultant or small entrepreneur you are already working from home. If you work in a large corporate office, here is a simple and sound reason to work from home regularly: to focus on a project or task without the gazillion inevitable…There’s more. Click here.

Home Office Temperature and Productivity: 6 Tips to Beat the Heat

I belong to the New England Chapter of National Speakers’ Association, and for twelve years of monthly meetings no one there has ever seen my legs. Why? Because the rooms we meet in are always too chilly to wear a skirt. I hide my legs, not out of modesty, to keep myself comfortable and focused.…There’s more. Click here.

4 Best Tips for Conference Calls and Client Calls from your Home Office

Eleven Tips for Better Conference Calls was a post on WorkSnug, a UK-based blog for the mobile worker. Out of the eleven I thought four were particularly good for anyone communicating or collaborating via phone from their home office. These steps are not limited to conference calls. You can use these techniques in any one-to-one…There’s more. Click here.