Want to know a dirty little secret about Carol Tice? She doesn’t even have a home office.
Depending on the day and the level of clutter (perpetrators responsible for the mess = hubby and kids), she floats from the living room to the TV room.
How’s your home office space for writing? Frustrating, distracting, the bane of your existence?
If you’re trying to crank out copy at the dining room table next to a syrup spill that keeps sticking to your arm, or every room in the house is littered with toys, clothes, and never-ending piles of crap that seem to regenerate like the legs on a cockroach, you may have a problem.
When you work from a home office, you have to figure out a way to declutter and minimize distractions so you can actually…you know, work.
Wondering where to start?
If you’re writing in a clutter hole, follow these writer recommendations to clear space for your home office: