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This is a guest post by Emily Johnson, who has produced an awesome infographic with some great ideas on organizing your home workplace Organization. A topic that I find very interesting, as someone who’s worked from home for the past 25 years.

The Modern Rules of Home Workplace Organization

Being a reader of this blog, you must be fond of writing; therefore, it is high on your list. When it comes to writing process, productivity boost is a must.

Here’s the deal: your workplace impacts not only your productivity but creativity as well. Being inspired by the visual guide about writing workplace organization, we’ve made the list of modern rules for a writer to read and save.

  • Keep your writing desk clean;
  • Hide extra stuff into lockers;
  • Use modern gadgets;
  • Decorate your desk with live plants;
  • Select the right color for your workplace walls;
  • Find a place to relax;
  • String inspirational paintings/quotes;
  • Provide a good illumination;
  • Pick up a comfortable chair.

There are three main steps everyone should take:

  1. Organize a writing desk

As soon as you clean it up, you will see your productivity boost! Don’t hesitate to get rid of all drafts, notes, and books you don’t use daily.

  1. Create two zones

Be sure to have two zones in your workplace: computer and non-computer ones. Make a corner for inspiration in a non-computer zone: string paintings, put favorite books, and relax.

  1. Take care of your health

If you want to make your workplace comfortable, you need to pick up an ergonomic chair and mini elliptical trainers. It is the way to stay healthy, as you can reduce a risk of different diseases.

A successful writer is creative and productive, so don’t hesitate to organize your workplace to see its impact on your writing process.

From the blog of Nicholas C. Rossis, author of science fiction, the Pearseus epic fantasy series and children's books

Infographic by Emily Johnson, Omni Papers

Who is Emily Johnson?

From the blog of Nicholas C. Rossis, author of science fiction, the Pearseus epic fantasy series and children's books

Emily Johnson

Emily Johnson is a passionate blogger at OmniPapers who shares tips and tricks with fellows, helping them improve writing skills.

You are always welcome to contact her at Google+.