The zen approach to managing your home workspace

The first step is to “stop hoarding”, says Grace Paul, author of The Ultimate Guide to Working From Home (Little Brown, £8.99), a timely tome for navigating these domicile days, packed with academic studies on WFH culture (who knew you could save £1,500 a year on lunches, as the average office worker spends over £6 a day on lunch?). Not only will this “help you start the day in the right mindset, instead of feeling a sense of dread when you sit down at your messy desk, but you will know where everything is, so you can work more effectively”. I felt like if I listened closely enough, I would naturally know where the object needed to go.” Gallery: Items That Fashion Editors Love To WFH In (ELLE UK)