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Ingenious Ideas for Fitting in a Small Workspace

(Image credit: MKCA) Working from home is kind of the ultimate dream. You can wear your pajamas all day if you want, you never have to pack a lunch and the commute couldn't be better. The only issue is whether you have a solid workspace or not, because I think productivity does depend somewhat on your surroundings. The good news is that even if you don't have a full room to dedicate to an office, there are plenty of smart ways to sneak a hidden workspace into your home.
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