Make Your Workspace Work for You
In March, we rushed to get set up for working from home, thinking it was a short-term thing.
Now it's many months later and it’s become our new normal... but we’re still hobbling along with makeshift, ineffective, and uninspiring workspaces.
Whether you're at your kitchen table or in a dedicated office, whether it’s all yours or you’re sharing it with others... your workspace could probably be more organized, efficient, and pleasing to look at.
Join me for a one-hour virtual session where we'll talk about how to turn your space into one that looks, feels, and works like the real deal.
A place where:
- you can focus without getting distracted
- you can find what you need, when you need it
- you can get the most out of your technology
- shared spaces can easily shift from learning to working to dinner
- you're more productive
- you look and feel like a professional on video calls
- And more!
After one hour, you’ll have plans for a space that you’ll actually look forward to working in and for making the most of your time in it.
Format: One-on-one Zoom call
“Once I realized I would be working from home for another 6+ months, I realized that my ‘cobbled together’ workspace wasn't going to work for me. In addition to needing to have more office supplies on hand, I also needed to have a space to store some of my go-to resources like books. I started to feel annoyed by my space, and as though I could never really escape my dining-table office. Lisa was incredibly helpful in asking the right questions to help me understand what was annoying me, and what specific things weren't working for me. After one consultation, I had concrete ideas on how to better organize my space, and cost-efficient ways to make it easy to pack up at the end of the day, and my workspace has gone from cluttered to organized and easy to work in... and all my workstuff is within arms-reach!”
—Gisela R., Somerville, MA