A Mommy’s Guide To Create A Designer WFH Space

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Life is daunting for working moms as finding the perfect balance between career, home, and childcare is a challenge. The idea of WFH sounds alluring as you can look after kids and tend to housework while handling professional duties. But things can go haywire easily if you lose your concentration.

 

The best solution is to create a dedicated and distraction-free WFH space.  Even better, have a designer space that keeps you happy and motivated as you try to maintain a work-life balance. Here are some tips that can take you closer to the WFH space of your dreams.

 

 

Find the perfect location

 

Whether you live in a large house or a small apartment, finding the perfect spot for your home office is challenging. Look for a strategic location that offers a distraction-free environment yet provides visibility. You can pick a sound-proof room on the ground floor as it is easy to reach the kitchen and dining area from there. Ditch the idea of setting up your workspace in the basement or attic as it can cut you off from the main area. 

 

Set a budget

 

Another crucial aspect you cannot overlook is setting the budget for your WFH space. You cannot expect to spend a fortune on a designer space if running tight on money. But it makes sense to tap your savings and spend a little more if you plan to work from home permanently. Freelancing moms do not have an option to seek funds from their employers. But take a chance if you work in the corporate sector.

 

Seek professional help

 

If you have a designer WFH space in mind, you can probably afford professional help. DIY may save you some money, but you may end up making mistakes or missing out on your expectations. Consider collaborating with residential architects such as dSpace Studio for the project. Discuss your vision and budget, and they will have a perfect design solution for you. Look for experts who specialize in renovation or new construction so that you can depend on them regardless of your project type.

 

Have a clear vision

 

Getting an architect on board for the project is half the work. You must have a clear vision of exactly what you want your WFH space to look like. Essentially, it should be aesthetically appealing and functionally relevant. You must have enough legroom to stretch and install your essentials. Create a picture with details like color palette, décor elements, lighting, and storage.

 

Prioritize comfort and calmness

 

Your WFH office should be your Zen space, so make sure you prioritize comfort and calmness. Everything you need should be accessible, from lighting to fresh air, internet, and peace. Having a resting area in the office space is a good idea so that you can take a short nap or meditate when you want. Also, have some greenery around to perk up your mood and productivity.

 

A designer WFH space need not cost you a fortune. But do not skimp on the investment, as it can be a long-term asset for busy moms who want to do the best for their kids and work. 

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Kori

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Kori is a late diagnosed neurodivergent mom. She is currently located in Albany, NY where she is raising a neurodiverse family. Her older daughter is non-speaking autistic (and also has ADHD and Anxiety) and her youngest daughter is HSP/Gifted. A blogger, podcaster, writer, and coach; Kori shares neurodivergent life in a neurotypical world while helping others to do the same. As an empath, HSP, and highly intuitive individual, Kori brings her own life experiences as an autistic woman combined with her adventures in momming to bring you the day-to-day of her life at home. Kori is on a mission to empower moms of autistic children to make informed parenting decisions with confidence and conviction.

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