Working from your Tiny Home
Tips to Work From Home in a Tiny House
Two things are universally agreed upon by tiny house enthusiasts: traditional homes are too large and small workspaces are too restrictive. This mentality has helped to boost the tiny house movement and remote work culture. Combining the two may seem daunting. It is not easy, but it is possible.
Here are a few tips on how to turn your less-than-400-square-foot-space into a home office that won’t interfere with living.
How you can get rid of the things that don’t matter to you.
You’re already on your way to building your tiny home. You have probably already stripped everything to the bare essentials.
bones. You can get rid of junk as soon as you’re ready to make the first steps.
One step you shouldn’t forget.
It is easy to believe that more is better. Organise My House explains why.
Most of what you have is likely less than clutter. Get ready to take a bite
Find a prescreened junk hauler to remove and properly dispose of any old or broken carpeting, appliances, or mattresses that are too large for your home.
If your space is already cluttered, the same advice can be applied. You will need to bring some things into your office so it is important to make a space for them.
Find the best internet provider.
Next, you should research internet providers. If you are planning to travel, it is important that you find an internet service that provides lightning fast speeds and has hot spots across the country. HighSpeedInternet.com is a great resource for comparing providers in all 50 states.
Also, you should check if your provider offers wireless Internet and if your phone can be used as a hotspot. This is particularly important if your location is rural. It is essential to take steps to ensure that your data is secured.
Search for functional home office furniture.
It’s now time to find furniture that fits your laid-back lifestyle. Many office supply stores stock a variety of portable laptop tables with larger surfaces that can folded up and stored away when not in use.
Also, you will need plenty of office supplies. GearHungry recommends several portable printer that can print on standard- and legal-sized paper.
Use headphones to soundproof your area.
You’ll also want to make sure your space is quiet, so you can focus when it’s time for work. Tiny homes can be less soundproofed than brick-and-mortar homes. Many of the soundproofing techniques can be used, including sealing all cracks and adding noise-blocking curtains.
Another thing to think about if you are traveling for work is knowing where coworking spaces are located. You don’t want to be compelled to hold meetings in your own space when you work and live at home.
You don’t need to earn a living just because you want the best both of the worlds, personal freedom and freedom from material goods. The internet and technology make it possible to live where you work. You don’t even need a McMansion. Get rid of excess stuff and find clever solutions.