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Your Life Needs This Ridiculously Clever Ikea Hack

Julia O'Malley | Posted 02.09.2016 | HuffPost Home
Julia O'Malley

I'm going to admit something: I can't keep up. I've got two kids under five, a relationship, a real job, a couple of semi-real jobs, four chickens and...

It's Not About Organizing

Brooks Palmer | Posted 10.29.2016 | HuffPost Home
Brooks Palmer

The definition of organize is, "to cause to develop an organic structure." Organic is defined as, "having systematic coordination of parts." Coordination is the key word. This means things working together. There is a healthy flow. There's no presence of disruption. There's no clutter.

Here's What We're Getting Wrong About the Modern Office

Blake Zalcberg | Posted 05.11.2016 | Business
Blake Zalcberg

Not that long ago, work was a place. Now, it's a state of mind.

How To Create The Ideal Workspace -- For Introverts And Extroverts

Fast Company | Chris Congdon | Posted 09.03.2013 | Healthy Living

At Steelcase, we regularly survey workers from diverse industries, job types, locations and age groups about their workplace satisfaction, and for yea...

4 Tips to Create a Beautiful and Functional Back to School Workspace

Manja Swanson | Posted 10.22.2013 | HuffPost Home
Manja Swanson

Whether you're a student heading back to school, a freelancer who works from home, or an employee with a dedicated office, having a workspace that both functions well and feels good is essential to your productivity and well-being.

Made in the Lower East (miLES) -- A Community Incubator

Michael Seo | Posted 07.28.2013 | Small Business
Michael Seo

Will larger spaces mean "bigger" small businesses or will co-shared pop-ups be the next iteration? It will be interesting to keep tabs on how they develop and hopefully they meet with continued success and growth.

Facing the Challenge of a Free-Range Workspace

Julie Danis | Posted 04.07.2013 | Fifty
Julie Danis

My reinvention journey entered a new phase this year, and I'm not the only thing to have changed. While I've gone from free agent to salaried employee, the corporate workspace has moved from assigned seating to free-range squatting.

Why Americans Are Becoming Stupid

Robert Slayton | Posted 03.18.2012 | Home
Robert Slayton

The public sphere is no longer a place where Americans can solve problems, and neither are open format workplaces or classrooms. Is it any surprise that we're worried about our rate of creativity?