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Working Remotely in an Apartment Living

          As our routines of daily work habits have changed, the new normal for many of us have changed to working remotely.  With many companies encouraging their workers to continue working from home, it’s time to change out that makeshift “desk” on the kitchen table and opt for a real workspace going forward.  As you may have noticed, lounging restfully on the couch in your comfy sweats for a straight eight hours doesn’t always equate to productivity every day.

          Therefore, working remotely has to break down to your own comfortability as well as productivity during the day.  You should have the same amount of focus, or a relative amount while working from home as opposed to being in the office.

          Moceri Luxe Living for Lease wants to help you work productively from your apartment, so take a look at this short list of steps for creating a functional workspace in your apartment:

Situate a Desk Area for a Designated Workspace

          Ditch the kitchen table or couch and designate a working area the best that you can.  Don’t have a proper desk in your apartment?  You can opt for a spare side table or a portable card table in its place before you invest in a new desk.  The key is removing any work out of the areas designated for other purposes, like lounging and decompressing on the couch after work or to have a meal at the kitchen table for dinner.

          Use an area of your apartment, suggestively the main living area, to set up your computer, notebooks, and other work materials.  While living in an apartment, whether the rooms are big or not, the rooms can start to feel rather claustrophobic when too many things are in them.

          The objective of situating a desk area is to keep all your working materials in one area while keeping your apartment comforting and livable.  Sometimes it can be hard to disengage from the daily work activities while being at home.  So, locate a corner in your apartment with the most space, a good amount of lighting, and preferably somewhere away from the kitchen.

Make the Working Area in Your Apartment Inviting

          One of the ways that make working from home a little more personable is to decorate your area like you would your cubical or office space at work.  Here are some ways for the workspace in your apartment to keep you focused but still say enough about who you are:

  • Make sure to choose a spot in your apartment living area with the most natural light!  Put your desk station underneath a window, giving you a constant view of those much-needed breaks during your working hours.
  • Grow some fresh plants at the edge of your desk.  Indoor plants not only give your rooms a fresh smell, but many studies have also determined that indoor plants can improve concentration, reduce overall stress, and add a personal touch to your work area.
  • Use an area rug for a cozy vibe while you work.  A rug will provide a little separation from your workspace and the rest of your apartment.
  • Opt for an ergonomic chair if you don’t already have one.  You don’t want to worry about being uncomfortable during your daily grind.  Adjust the lumbar for added back support, if your chair has those settings.  If you’re in need of a new desk chair, anyway, use this opportunity to add some color or personalization to the new desk area.  You might even find an office massage chair that offers everything from back support to leg circulation!

Moceri Companies: Luxury Apartment for Rent in Clinton Township

          Move up to a new level of sophisticated apartment living, where the elegant design and incredible lifestyle of a Moceri luxury apartment for rent meet at one of the fastest-growing areas in the nation. Manors at Knollwood and Montclair at Partridge Creek are the very best luxury apartments for rent in Macomb County.

          Amenities include private entries, cathedral ceilings, two full baths, walk-in closets, fireplaces, private terraces, chef's kitchens, and in-residence laundry. A stunning extension of your apartment home is the world-class clubhouse offering a resort-style swimming pool, tennis courts, a fitness center, sauna, and whirlpool spas. With an apartment for lease in Macomb County designed by Moceri, you will find only the finest amenities and activities near you!

          The Manors at Knollwood is located at 19 Mile Rd. and Romeo Plank, with convenient access to M-59 and I-94. Montclair at Partridge Creek features the best apartments near Partridge Creek.  Being just south of M-59 and west of Romeo Plank, enjoy living in apartments near Lakeside Mall and other local shopping.

          Each property with apartments for rent is surrounded by first-class restaurants, performing arts centers, movie theatres, excellent schools, and universities, as well as recreational interests, such as the Nicholson Nature Center. Lake St. Clair is within 20 minutes for boating, fishing, waterfront dining as other aqua activities. Enjoy some fishing on the Clinton River at the Frank H. Budd Park, or take your dog to the dog park at the Civic Center Park located off Romeo Plank Rd. Thanks to the thriving area, living in one of our luxury apartments in Clinton Township has many amenities, both indoors and outdoors!

          For four generations, the Moceri name has been synonymous with residential real estate excellence in Michigan. Let Moceri help you find your dream home and enjoy the best apartments in Clinton Township today!

          To learn more about Moceri Luxe Living for Lease in Clinton Township, click the info links below for the Manors at Knollwood Apartments and Montclair at Partridge Creek. For any additional information about our various properties here at Moceri, please access the links below, or give us a call today!


(586) 330-1100

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