WFO (Work From Outside) Is the Work Trend You Need to Know for Spring
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Work From Outside Is the Work Trend You Need to Know
For anyone struggling during these dark winter months, the good news is that the hottest days are coming! The birds are singing, the sun is shining, and we can start getting our Zoom calls from our backyards when WFH (homework) becomes WFO (homework).
If you're looking for some tips on how to make the transition to WFO work, we've put together a few things to consider.
1. Choose Your Shade Wisely
There is nothing worse than sitting under an umbrella that doesn't do its job. This is why it is important to consider the material of the actual fabric when purchasing umbrellas.
The best fabric on the market is a marine-grade acrylic product called Sunbrella. It's a solution-dyed material that is resistant to weathering and fading. [It's specifically] designed to shade and also prevents mold and mildew growth.
Mark also suggests looking for umbrellas with an automatic tilt feature. This allows users to follow the sun for continuous shade, even when seated. Once the canopy is open, keep turning the crank and the canopy will tilt infinitely for more shade and comfort.
2. Find a Workspace That Mimics Your Desk
We are all (literally) painfully aware of the downsides of being confined to the office all day. Unfortunately, it won't go away after you move in, it can actually get worse.
Without an ergonomic office chair to keep your spine in alignment, you still have to make sure its setup doesn't hurt your neck and shoulders.
Admit it: you probably still work from home
The most important factor is making sure the chair you're sitting in and the table you're using are lined up correctly, While working in the hammock may seem nice, if you're going to be working outside for a long time, the best thing to do is sit at a traditional outdoor dining table.
3. Sit Correctly
The job doesn't end with verifying that your table is correct. You should always sit correctly.
If your chair is too low, it will cause pain in your lower back. If the chair is too high, your elbows will hurt.
So how do you know if you are falling both ways? If the chair and table are aligned correctly, you can rest your arms comfortably on the table, To make sure the chair and table are properly spaced, you should never stretch, stretch, or twist.
Also suggests that you keep the following in mind: Your feet should always be on the floor. To make sure the seat is at the correct height, the highest point of the seat should be just below the ball joint. The knees should be at a 90-degree angle.
And if your outdoor chair doesn't have a great back, he suggests that you consider adding a lumbar pillow to your outdoor dining chair.
4. Consider Standing
Permanent tables have become popular and are another great alternative to WFO. But don't drag your table into nature! Instead, repurposing a bar counter or table.
5. Limit Distractions as Much as Possible
Working in an open space, especially if you are in front of a computer, can be a logistical nightmare. But if you have space, you may want to explore your options for something more permanent.
Repurposing a shed or investing in a gazebo or pergola. If this is not possible, hopes of confidentiality will not be lost. Use planters, curtains, or external privacy screens to create a cabinet that makes your workspace more private while dampening noise.
You can block out loud sounds even more with noise-canceling headphones, white noise machines, or even a small outdoor waterfall.
No matter how you decorate your new office space, don't forget sunscreen and bug spray, two of the most important requirements for WFO!
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