One meta office with divider: office desk on onside, tools on the other… the office equivalent of the commercial grade kitchens, often bigger than many actually commercial kitchens, in larger american homes.
Cross: simplifying: only things used every day on desk, used every week away but in reach, every month in a closet, less: gone. For me working from home, every week, I use my workspaces for paying bills, programming, managing my business, writing books, writing blog entries, social mediaing, publishing, studying, making things, writing poetry.
Do a little boiling. e.g. don’t tie things with no physical footprint to a physical workspace:
paying bills, programming, managing my business, writing books, writing blog entries, publishing, studying, making things, writing poetry
Group closely related and put them in order of “importance”:
- x programming
- x writing (books, blog entries, poetry)
- ? publishing
- x making things
- x studying (mDiv)
- ? managing my business, paying bills
More on simplifying… clear your workspace and bring things back when you need them, move them to drawers, closet, gone over time.
We are creatures of time & space… use that.