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How Coworking Spaces Can Boost Your Productivity

Thornie Longmuir
How Coworking Spaces Can Boost Your Productivity

Are you a freelance writer, translator or SEO manager? Working from home has a lot of benefits, but sometimes it can make you feel lazy and switch to doing other things, like going to the kitchen every hour and looking for something tasty.

A coworking space can be a much better place for you, since it will boost your productivity and won't allow you to relax — unlike at home.

Lately, coworking spots have become very popular, since they are affordable and allow people to feel social while working on their laptops.

This article will tell you more about coworking spaces and explain how they can boost your productivity. We came across many people who used to complain about their jobs. Once they swapped their apartments and homes for coworking spots, they enjoyed their work again, met like-minded people and gained new skills and knowledge that improved their work.

There are three ways coworking can boost your productivity and make you enjoy doing the same work again.

1. Work/life balance

As we've already mentioned, working from home has its benefits. For example, you don't have to waste time and money on transportation, you can wake up and start working immediately without wasting time on shower, breakfast, taking bus or train, etc.

Even if you missed your alarm, you can open your laptop straight after waking up. You can also save money on food since your kitchen is right next to you. You can also have a nap, walk your dog or watch your favorite TV show even if it's in the middle of the day while everyone is in the office and doesn't have such an opportunity.

However, working from home can make you feel lonely and lethargic. Sitting in front of your laptop for the whole day and not moving can lead to you gaining weight, feeling antisocial and lazy. Choosing to work in a coworking space will motivate you to look good, move around the city, meet people and feel productive.

So, if you are still working at home just try to spend a day or at least four hours in a co-working space. You will feel more motivated to work and better about yourself.

2. Networking power

Meeting people in coworking sites can be very useful for you. You have a high chance to meet people with different skills whom you can cooperate with or learn from. This would never happen if you work from home. So, it's time to meet people who also work remotely for EssayShark, do a similar job so you can exchange experiences or learn new things.

If you are a writer, you can meet editors and translators to cooperate with. Coworking spots are perfect places for people like you, who don't want to work for big companies. It's like you are on your own but surrounded by people, so you can meet them, chat with them, share ideas, and learn from them.

While spending working hours in a coworking space, your productivity will boost. Being around busy people who are typing, making notes and talking on their phones will push you to work. Get motivated by the energy of other people.

3. A proper environment

Your workspace setup plays a big role in your productivity. If you got used to working in bed, then you probably don't do much work. Coworking spaces provide office-like rooms with proper furniture, like good tables and chairs for the correct back position.

The way you sit and feel has a big impact on your productivity. So, if you can't manage to complete big tasks at home, maybe it's because you sit on a sofa or lie on your stomach in front of your laptop. Most people don't notice how distractingpain in the legs or back can be.

Instead of setting up a working place at home, try using a coworking space for at least a week. You will enjoy it because it's really comfortable there, you can even pay for a certain place that will be just yours. You will also notice how much more work you manage to complete every week.

As a result, you will become happier and stop complaining about your boring job. Maybe your job is not that boring, it's just too boring to spend most of your time in the same apartment or house where you sleep, eat and watch TV.

Once you start spending your working time coworking, you should remember these rules:

  • Break regularly. Don't forget to take breaks for 10 minutes every hour. You should let your brain rest, so it can produce new ideas.
  • Don't be shy about meeting people. Meeting people through coworking can be very useful. So, get out of your shell. Introduce yourself, ask if you're not bothering the others, and get interested in the kind of work they do. Usually, coworking spots provide free tea, coffee and cookies, and meeting new friends or partners during a coffee break can be a cool idea.
  • Keep your working place tidy. Even though you pay for your coworking space, you should keep it tidy to create a good impression and attract people. Don't make a mess with mounds of papers, boxes of food and cups. Respect other people who want to work in a nice and inviting place.


A place where you work plays a big role in your productivity. Coworkings was created for people who don't want to work in offices but have an open schedule. Get motivated by the atmosphere that is created by other people. Meet interesting people who can teach you and whom you can share your experience with.

According to one study, most people (about 65%) who use coworking meet deadlines. As a result, you are going to increase your income, be more satisfied with your work, meet new friends and enjoy spending time at home — because it won't remind you of work.