We are all spending more time at home than ever before. It’s likely that your once simplistic living room is no longer just your relaxation station but also your home office, home gym, and maybe your kid’s classroom.
Feeling a little tight on space? Perhaps you’ve feng shui-ed your home or reorganized every nook and cranny … but even after all of that, it’s still not ideal.
With most of us working-from-home, our work offices have become one with our home-life. And, no matter how much you’ve tried to bring a little more peace and tranquility to your home-office, there are always more ways to make your workday a little bit less stressful and more organized.
Here is our top-list of productivity tools to make your job a whole lot easier.
Toss out your old mechanical watch, because this major upgrade will help keep you on-track and on-time. Apple is notorious for simplifying our lives, and we love them for it. The Apple Watch is a smartwatch that connects flawlessly to your iPhone—delivering you notifications, calls, texts, emails, and fitness stats (just to name a few features).
Mophie Wireless Phone Charger
Feel like you’re constantly looking for a phone charger but buried in a sea of cords? Look no further than the Mophie wireless phone charger. Just drop you phone right on the charging doc, and you’re good to go.
Glow Bottle with Time Marker
Let’s face it, none of us is drinking enough water throughout the day. We could all use a little help with staying on track, and the Glow Bottle with Time Marker is a surefire way to ensure you’re getting all the H2O.
Beats by Dre Powerbeats Pro
Need to focus and tune-out all the extra noise at home? Try Powerbeats Pro wireless headphones by Beats by Dre. These incredible headphones allow you to move around while you work or workout and hold up to 9 hours of battery life.
Make your life a little more productive with these awesome tools, and let us know which are your favorites @StarterNoise.
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