Running your own business from home can be a great thing, allowing you the flexibility to fit your work around the other things you want or need to do in your life. In summer, it can be even better, as you can spend the breaks you take from your working schedule relaxing in your own garden, or even work from a park or beach if the kind of thing you do allows you to work with just a laptop, phone and mobile internet connection!
Of course, it can get pretty hot at this time of year, and when you are consigned to your home office, you’re going to need to make sure the heat doesn’t make it too uncomfortable for you to feel productive. This can be one of the only downsides to working from home over the hottest season – almost all corporate offices have industrial strength air conditioning!
Here are some ways you can make your office as easy to work in as possible when the temperatures rise: