Wework and other co-working spaces are known to help you grow your businesses in multiple ways, get you the right connects, boost your productivity and reduce the overheads. But we at Wellnesspixie, have concluded that your body will like the idea of co-working as much as your business will. Here’s why-
You control the day and not the other way around: In a traditional office setting, you plan your meals, exercise routine, chore schedule everything around your work-time, it’s time you experienced what it is like to schedule a good self-care routine in place, meals, and gym sessions at your convenient times and then choose working hours accordingly.
Helps you beat loneliness: There are tons of businesses that have flourished from working on the campuses and in the backyards, but if you can manage to rent a desk at a co-working space, nothing like it. You have people to speak to, have lunch with, discuss and share your ideas with and make a few workout buddies too. It is so much better than working or freelancing from your home. And all this socializing is helping your mental health more than you think so.
Excellent workplace ergonomics: Ergonomics is the science of designing the workplace keeping in mind human limitations and capabilities. Designed by this principle most co-working spaces have multiple options like couches, chairs and standing desks to make sure everybody is comfortable. This is more preferred than slouching on the couch and working full time from the hall, and then having backaches…shhh….I am guilty of this one, originally when I started writing I used to do that all the time, only to realize it’s taking a toll on my spine.
(p.s– In no way am I implicating that it is impossible to work from home without hurting your spine, it’ll just need some modifications to get started. Check them out here.)
There’s free time for yoga practice: Oh, and for cooking a healthy meal too. Co-working spaces are situated at multiple locations, unlike your company location which could be a good long drive. This totally depends on the situation, but for people who commute far; and could reduce the same by this means, it is totally worth it. You can use the bonus time to all of the stuff you always wanted to do but never had the time to do so. When I say stuff, let’s clear the confusion and understand that we’re talking about the healthy kinds and not a NetFlix and chill session.