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How to Create the Ultimate Outdoor Workspace in 6 Easy Steps

While it looks like there may (finally) be some light at the end of the ol’ COVID tunnel, the concept of working from home is far from dead — in fact, studies show that a large portion of the American workforce will be folding some degree of remote work into their routines on a more-or-less permanent basis.

And now that we’re getting into prime “get outside” weather, it stands to reason that those of us living that #WFHlife might want to take our remote setup to where the grass is green and the sun is shining.

Herewith, our six tips on creating the ultimate outdoor productivity setup this season. Enjoy the fresh air, and don’t forget your sunscreen.

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October 29, 2023

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