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Remote working and private life: the keys to lasting harmony

Today, teleworking has become a norm for many professionals, finding balance between private and professional life is more relevant than ever.

According to an iVox survey on behalf of SD Worx in 2022, “80% of French employees believe that teleworking allows for a better work/life balance”. But how can you successfully reconcile teleworking and private life? 🧐

How to reconcile your private life and your professional life while working from home?

At Zenho, we understand the importance of work-life balance, especially when your office is in your living space.

This article explores the keys to successfully reconciling telework and private life, offering perspectives and advice for navigating this professional reality.

1. Dissociate your teleworking space from your private life 🏠

Why creating physical separation is essential?

One of the first steps to harmonizing teleworking and private life is to physically demarcate your workspace . This separation helps condition your mind to focus during work hours and relax when work is finished. Authors Brian Bailey and Joseph Konstant have shown that a distracted worker can require up to 27% more time to complete a task and double the risk of making errors. Therefore, it is essential to maintain physical separation between the workplace and private space to maintain productivity without encroaching on personal life.

How can the Zenho nomadic desk help define your workspace?

The Zenho portable desk is designed to give you the flexibility to create an optimal workspace, even in the smallest spaces. Its ergonomic design promotes good posture and can be adjusted to fit perfectly into your living environment.

This clever design helps make the transition between professional and personal life as smooth as possible: once your working day is over, the Zenho desk folds and stores away. You can easily partition your workspace and find balance between your private and professional life.

Zenho allows you to “protect” your workspace at home.