As much as we think that we must be in a fully digital age, you can’t help but realize that there are still some fairly “old school” things you need to get you through school. It’s nice that we can attend classes and look at itineraries on phones, laptops and tablets these days but you have to remember that the amount of help they can give you is limited to battery life and storage space. Check out this list of 10 traditional school supplies you’ll still need to carry with you in 2016.
Whether you work from home full-time, part-time, or on your own time, a functioning and comfortable office space is an absolute necessity. Cramped, cluttered spaces with no true purpose aren’t only frustrating, but have been proven to hinder productivity. So to help you create a space in which you’ll want to work, I’ve put together this list of furniture and décor ideas. Save
Home offices are becoming increasingly common, especially as more companies move to make working from home an option. If you’re going to spend any time in it and not dread entering the room, your home office should be both functional and stylish. I recently moved into my new home office and consulted with other Plug-in editors about their tips for how to make the space as inviting (and productive) as possible. Here are some tips for creating your own stylish home office, from us.
You’ve no doubt seen the pithy television commercials featuring the nerdy dad-type talking to a piece of technology called Ooma. I love the banter between nerd dad and the female actress who voices Ooma, however I must admit those ads never really made me retain whatever it is the product is supposed to do. It’s, like, phones or something? Does it talk? Well, if you’ve also been wondering just what the heck an Ooma actually is, read on and I’ll fill you in on the benefits of Ooma for offices.