I love to cook. This is not a secret - it’s pretty much impossible not to hear me talk about food at some point during any time spent with me. It’s probably my main hobby (at least, I do it almost every day, which means gaming is the only competitor on a frequency basis). But, despite having a blog, a website and social media, I do not post recipes.
I’m overweight. There’s no getting away from this fact, I have the data to prove it. The problem here is not (mainly) one of excercise. I have a standing desk. I like walking. I have a small child. These (especially the last) make for a fairly active lifestyle - I have no shortage of opportunites to get my heart rate up. Nor do I eat (very) unhealthily - we cook every night, so there’s not an abundance of bad food in the house.
Sounds like the start of a really bad joke, doesn’t it? Fortunately, this is not a post full of bad puns (well, any more than normal) but about the changes I’ve made to my home office this last week or two. I’ve been working from home for nearly a year now (wow, that went fast). When I was getting ready to shift from office working to home working I wrote a blog about the steps I was taking to set up a dedicated space for me to work in.
It's been a while, so I thought I'd write about what's been keeping me busy this last few weeks. In short, I'm about to start working from home, so that's required me to really think about how I work, and how I can improve my productivity. Location, Location, LocationAs with buying property, the location is critical. Until recently, my study has been on the ground floor of my house, and that room has only one tiny window in the corner.