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8 Inspiring Home Office Spaces

Working from home is the best decision I have ever taken in my professional life. Working from home is not for everyone though. Some people need to be around other people to get their work done. I don't. From the moment I started working from home, I gained so much freedom and flexibility. But I sometimes find it hard to keep my desk clean and organised, don't you?

As I am writing this post, my office table is messy again with papers strewn all over the place. Although I am lucky enough to be facing a large window that makes my working space very bright and also allows me to see our green garden, I have pasted sticky notes on most windows so the view is slightly obstructed...! I’m not sure about you, but at the start of every week, I need to clean and reorganize my desk in order for my thoughts and ideas to be clearer. What about you? How do you keep your table organised? Any tips, feel free to share, I might use some of them ;)

Here are some inspiring working spaces I have found on Pinterest showing styled home offices to make working from home a lot easier. 

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