Working from home has its advantages, parents get to spend more time with their children, there’s no traffic on your way to work and video-calling technically doesn’t require you to wear anything below the waist. However, working from home also introduces some new challenges. Kids can be distracting, you might not have a home office with an ergonomic chair, and most importantly, how can you tell the difference between your work and private life, if it’s all taking place in the same building?
Although we can’t help you get rid of your kids, we can help you with some tips on separating work and private life, productivity and even ergonomics. All using smart lighting. Curious how? Then keep reading!