Picking a designated work spot is important to build a disciplined routine. You wake up, clean your house, eat breakfast, shower and then head to your workspace (even if its 10 feet away).
It may sound cozy, but if at all possible, it’s best to avoid working in your bed. Otherwise, you’ll begin to associate your bed with work and may have trouble falling asleep at night. Choose a spot where you’ll be most productive – away from distractions – for most people this is away from the television and kitchen.
“Creativity can take place anywhere, what I think is important is that you designate a space for this creativity. Wherever they get down to business, the little details matter. What we see can literally changes how we think” Donald Rattner, an architect and the author of My Creative Space, says. “