Just in the past year, more people have been trying to become working from home by becoming a Virtual Assistant, and for good reasons. We are in a pandemic, lockdowns are happening globally, people are advised to work from home, and it only makes sense to prefer working at home. Because of everything happening around us, we try to find ways to make our VA-WFH life as productive as possible, one of which is having a good setup. Depending on your preference, there are different ways in which we can express ourselves with the way we work. We’ve broken them down into four along with the various equipment or setup they go by with:
Many of us play games when we’re not working. It’s one of the many activities we could do without leaving our home. And even before the pandemic, gamers have already made gaming setups a lifestyle. Here are some things that you can find standard in a gamer/WFH setup:
2. The Minimalist
Gen Z people will understand. Also, having a minimalist setup helps you be more focused and, therefore, productive when you work. This setup typically includes an all-white everything, with only having things around you that have a purpose. This type of setup typically includes:
When we’re working from home, sometimes we can’t stay in one spot for too long, even when we have a stationary work setup in place. Sometimes we move from one location to another because the Wi-Fi signal goes wrong or we’re trying to move away from the noise or bad lighting. Having an on-the-go work setup is always helpful. This is what it typically includes:
4. The couch potato
Last but not least because we can almost, if not all, relate to this: a pantry-like setup. We like to have food by our side, which makes sense, so we don’t have to leave our spot when we go hungry. This setup typically includes:
Now, I know having a good setup means investing in pricey equipment. And our capability to spend on stuff depends on the rate we have as a Virtual assistant. If you’re thinking, “Well, how can I become a Virtual Assistant with a good rate that doesn’t require experience?” You’re in luck! The VA Hub, a Virtual Assistant agency for Filipinos, offers just that. If you want to know more, click here.