Duct tapeThis post is coming from a comment I had recently. Logan commented on the post about separated workspaces, he said ‘I advise using duct tape to physically separate a room. Much easier to implement it that way’

Small recap on separated workspaces

You need to have separated spaces for work and for fun. On the left side of the couch you watch tv, on the other side you read your study books. It’s a little NLP trick, you get triggered to study when you sit in one place, triggered to have fun when you are in the other place. Pretty neat. Yes, it will take a lot of time and devotion to be strict to yourself.

But what did Logan say?

‘I advise using duct tape to physically separate a room. Much easier to implement it that way.’ This means, you buy a roll of duct-tape and you will just duct-tape your floor. Make cool stuff out of it. Put it beneath your desk, if you are sitting a little bit to the left, you study, sit a little bit to the right, you blog. 10-20 centimeters can make a BIG difference.

That is just plain stupid right?

Yes. It looks stupid. But this is called an experiment. Experiment with yourself to find the way you are on your best. Your floor will look like a stage, where everybody knows where to stand to have the good light. Try it out for a couple of weeks. For me works the left-right part of the couch and I have different rooms for different things. But when you have a single room, it might work out pretty good. Let me know what you think!

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