WFH = Working From Home
So, for those who have been living under a rock: I provided a little key to the acronym above. All others, scroll and troll below for the secret ingredients for survival at home these days. Meanwhile. here’s my Amazon Affiliate disclosure which I have to include by law: however, please do know, that I personally chose every single item below extremely carefully and thoughtfully so do not be swayed by the fact that I am tight with Amazon, K?
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Working From Home Survival Checklist Per GG:
1. A Perfect White Tiny House Cottage For The Backyard.
I have had this little baby on my wish list for a longgggg time. And thanks to COVID, I got it a whole year earlier! But it isn’t because of good behavior. I guess one could say that the entire family, neighborhood and the mailman were kind of getting annoyed with the non-stop chatting that was taking place, cough cough. Well, yes it was one sided. And yes, unsolicited. Luckily for me, I can just as easily talk to myself! Well, this tiny house/studio/backyard cottage is basically a dream come true, isn’t it? You can even add some chic and cheap decor to this little cottage like these awesome chandeliers that are totally gorg and under $300!
Another reason I love WFH!
2. Teepees. For Adults. Weather Proof Teepees.
Okay, so this is not nearly as glamorous as the teepee that I currently have in my backyard; however, this one is weather proof, for three seasons and in the Northeast that stands for something. For those who can’t, or intelligently prefer not to just blow a few grand on a glorified cottage, this is the next best thing for some space when WFH. A teepee can absolutely be weather tolerant while also holding fort as your own private space away from the babes, pets, husbands/wives/whoever, giving fare warning to all that they best to stay far away for X amount of time thus successfully completing its job.
3. Canvas Bell Tent.
For those who want or need more space than the teepee can provide, you can go for this little drumbeat or whatever it is called. Ah, a Canvas Bell Tent, which I am pretty certain is literally a half an inch shy of a yurt, no judgement.
4. Twinkle Lights
Twinkle light make everything okay and add cuteness to any space, sprinkled with immediate rustic romance, even for one, especially when WFH.
5. A Waterproof, Bluetooth Bose Speaker.
6. Bamboo Room Dividers (For Any Outdoor (or Indoor) Space Works Wonders.)
So, you have a really annoying neighbor and they are super nosy…or noisy or both. Maybe, you just don’t want to be watched by your creepy neighbors kid. Perhaps you straight up just want to be left alone from the entire world when WFH. Whatever the reasoning, these panels are incredible. Not only do they look shockingly chic outdoors but equally so indoors. Additionally, they are multifunctional and transportable making their cost entirely justifiable. Bamboo panels are also majorly helpful with the whole ‘out of sight out of mind’ concept for all those who are parents out there with clingy little angel babies who, at the mere sight of you, can’t let you out of their sight again for the next 24 hours! Trust me on this one: the littles will def not see you through this bamboo barrier!
7. A Special Comfortable Hanging Chair.
A cozy or special swing chair is a far cry from a designated sacred space but it can still be somewhat of a space, and at the least, it can be YOUR space. If a cozy chair is the best you can do, we can still make this work GG’s! Personally, this is not my favorite aesthetic but it is cozy AF and there is only room for one. No you may not sit with me, thank you very much.
8. A Special Yet Fragile Hanging Chair aka An Egg Chair.
As much a LOVE the look of this, I would absolutely break it within minutes and TBT, I also find it wildly uncomfortable. But it would be totally Instagrammable in a Serena and Lily kind of way, priorities people. If your decor warrants this aesthetic and if you are graceful enough to not injure yourself, or others, while enjoying this unique piece of furniture then for that alone you need to invest in the one and only hanging egg chair.
9. A Folding Masseuse Table (and a masseuse)
The only folding table I deem appropriate in regard to WFH would be that of a mobile masseuse table. I think this is in fact quite brilliant and mandatory. Assemble this must-have on the patio or grass, hell even in the garage, or ideally, conveniently behind the above mentioned bamboo panels or inside of the suggested little cottage and BOOM! Ladies and gentlemen we now have one hell of a lunch break now don’t we?? Undisturbed, Check, Self-Care, Check. Adulting, CHECK. WFH, chicly, CHECK.
When all else fails, I defer to what I like to call POP-TAILS: a combo of my two favorite things = popsicles and cocktails. You can find them here