Guest Post by Dean Burgess.
Working from home is here to stay for many of us, but it’s not always easy to stay focused on work when you’re not in the office. If you struggle to concentrate when you bring your work home, a home office is ideal for increasing productivity. A Google search on designing a home office typically turns up articles that only apply to people with spare rooms in their homes. This article explores how someone living in a small space can create a functional home office. The trick is to work with what you have. JD&J Design presents some easy tips for creating a home office in a small living space.
1. Use Underutilized Areas
The area beneath your staircase, a rarely used cupboard, and an attic eave make great office spaces. Because no one frequents these spaces, they provide an environment free of distractions. You can also decorate these areas however you like, and no one will complain.
Guest Post by Dean Burgess.
As an author, having the opportunity to share your work with the world can be exciting and motivating, giving you the positive reinforcement you need to keep writing. In the past, it was difficult for writers to get their work published, as they had to bypass the gatekeepers of the publishing industry, like editors and agents. Today, creative writers have many outlets for getting their work discovered and growing a fanbase. This guide provides some steps you can take to get your creative writing discovered.
Low content books may be a bit of a puzzle to the majority of the authors who read our blog, after all, an author writes thousands of words because they have passional for either story telling or passing on knowledge to help others, so creating a book which doesn’t fulfill these criteria may not be on the average author’s radar.
So, what is a low content book?
As you may well imagine (and as the name suggests), it’s a book which has minimal or even zero content within it. But wait, that’s just a note pad, right? Well, it could be.
Low content books range from notebooks to journals and planners, to coloring books and scrap books, essentially any book where the reader/buyer has to fill in the pages within it.
There are plenty of options for you to choose from, if you want to publish a low content book, here are fifteen ideas of different types of book you can create:
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