Friday, April 17, 2020

Justin Croakley: shedworker

It's interesting to see how the media is starting to go to town on garden office set-ups during the lockdown (as well as other working from home arrangements). I'm sure this will herald an uptick in new shedworkers after things begin returning to normal. Pictured above is a recent example in the Metro, profiling interior stylist Justin Croakley who works in a Malvern Garden Buildings studio. As you'd expect from an interior specialist, it looks splending, but the article also includes plenty of tips from Justin about shedworking from a garden office. Here's a snippet:
You need to strict with yourself, I find making sure I stick to a daily routine really helps. I always start my day off by compiling a list of things that I need to do and tick them off as I go along. A large part of helping myself be more productive is ensuring I plan ahead. There is something very empowering about being self-disciplined and getting the task at hand done. Another thing I find really helpful is disconnecting from my phone and any distractions of social media. I either turn my phone off or leave it in the house so that I can only check it when I go in for short coffee breaks.
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