What is your go-to WFH accessory?

And why? 

Accessories can make or break an office set up, or be the difference between constant frustration and endless joy. Now that many folks are working from home, having the right accessories to get the job done can go a long way... 

So what about you? What is your favorite/go-to WFH accessory and why? 

Happy working!

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  • There are so many good options out there, but I would have to say that my personal favorite is my cordless keyboard and mouse set. 

    My wireless keyboard and mouse are streamlined and easy-to-use, keeping my desk clear and looking clean. I love that my set is sleek, white, and modern with quiet keys. The absence of cords makes them more mobile and aesthetically pleasing. It is also nice to have a well-spaced keyboard with a keypad built-in on the right for easy number-adding. My set is very similar to this one

    My other favorite accessory is my wireless speaker. Not being in an office has its perks, one of which is listening to conference calls and music out loud without worrying about disturbing close cube neighbors. I can listen to background music while I am in a project zone, usually fueling my focus and productivity.

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  • There are so many good options out there, but I would have to say that my personal favorite is my cordless keyboard and mouse set. 

    My wireless keyboard and mouse are streamlined and easy-to-use, keeping my desk clear and looking clean. I love that my set is sleek, white, and modern with quiet keys. The absence of cords makes them more mobile and aesthetically pleasing. It is also nice to have a well-spaced keyboard with a keypad built-in on the right for easy number-adding. My set is very similar to this one

    My other favorite accessory is my wireless speaker. Not being in an office has its perks, one of which is listening to conference calls and music out loud without worrying about disturbing close cube neighbors. I can listen to background music while I am in a project zone, usually fueling my focus and productivity.

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