Making Space for a Home Office

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Setting up a home office can be as simple as placing a desk in a spare room or opening up a laptop on a kitchen table. But if you work from home on a regular basis, you deserve more than a makeshift workspace — or a replica of the claustrophobic cubicle you left behind.

What you want to aim for is the “command position,” which enables you to see the front door without being in direct line with it, said Judith Wendell, a Manhattan-based feng shui consultant, and confers a feeling of empowerment. If the only option is to have your back to the front door, she added, place a mirror on the wall in front of you so you can see the front door in the mirror…

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