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A Good Workspace Yields better Results

I strongly believe that a good workspace can help any freelance writer increase efficiency and achieve better results. Early in my career I did not have a dedicated freelance writing office. Fortunately, this changed soon enough and when it did I definitely began to feel better about my career and the future.

Does this mean that I need to have a dedicated workspace? Of course not. Simply put, some people do not have enough room in their home for an office only space. It is nice if you do, but if you don’t you can still make it work. The key is to stay organized no matter how big of a space you are using. Even if you are only working in one small corner of your bedroom, you can use this space to your advantage if you are organized and smart about the way that you set everything up. Over the years I have found that an unorganized office, no matter how big or small it may be, is one that is hard to work in.

It is up to you to decide what a good workspace looks like. Some people don’t need much in their office to thrive. Others need a lot of space, the right atmosphere, and more. Even though this post is meant to get you on track, I am not the person who should be telling you what your office should look like. You have to make this decision on your own.

You have the ability to tweak your office until it is exactly what you want. If something seems out of place, change it. If you like the results you are seeing, keep things the same for the time being.

Your workspace is what you make of it. I have seen many great home offices in small spaces, as well as offices in large rooms that are full of clutter and are a total mess. Remember, a good workspace can help you achieve better results.  

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