More and more people are currently self-employed than at any other time, which is a reflection of how easy it is to go it alone and create your own business. If you can make a living online, then why not? There are so many benefits to running your own business, we could never nail them all in a short article, but what we can do is give you a few tips on how to make your outdoor living space business friendly.
Stable Internet Connection
Of course, this is a must and there are a couple of ways of doing this; you can install a powerful Wi-Fi to relay the connection to every part of the property, wireless, of course. The other solution is an unlimited Internet access SIM card, which can hotspot your laptop, or you simply slide the SIM into your iPad and that’s it. We are fortunate to be living in a digital age and with the 5G rollout and the Internet of Things (IoT), high speed Internet connectivity is a guarantee.
You can create a small CEO area, from where you sit and run your business empire, which could either be at a nice desk and CEO chair, or from a hanging egg chair, where you can use your digital device in comfort. Start by searching with Google and exploring stores offering quality outdoor furniture online. You’ll be able to see a range of outdoor furniture that might be suitable.
If you have yet to see one of these, it looks a little like a complex dentist chair and as far as comfort goes, you have a fully adjustable laptop table that can be set to any position. Picture a state-of-the-art office chair with a small frame attached and you have the laptop chair, which can also be fully reclined when you need a power nap. Brakes on the wheels of course, which allows you to move without worrying about the chair and while this would be some investment, you’ll be glad you decided to order that futuristic laptop chair.
You’ll be working at all hours and if you have a backlit keyboard, buy one of those LED lamps that plug into a USB port and you are sorted. Most laptops come with a backlight feature, which allows you to work with the lights off, which won’t disturb the family as you work through the night.
Make sure you somehow stop the wind from hitting your workspace; choose a protected corner where you can spread out documents on the desk without having to worry about them blowing away.
With a little forethought and planning, you can create a relaxing ambience in which to work and with insect repellent, you can work at nights too. There isn’t a lot that can beat working from your home patio and by investing in the right outdoor furniture, your terrace will be equipped for some serious work.