Monday, December 4, 2017

Tips from Quill: 5 Ways to Cut Down on Noise in an Open Office Space

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It used to be years ago, that I could work under the most harrowing of circumstances when it came to noise, and not even blink an eye. While that is still true to some extent, there are some things now that I really prefer to do while I'm at work, in silence. I am lucky enough to have a contained work space now, for the most part, but there are always a lot of people in it, so it still can get downright noisy. It's even worse, I know, if you are in an open space (I remember that very well!). Quill has come up with 5 ways to cut down on noise in an open office space and I think it's definitely worth a read.

All of the tips are good, and the photo in the article of the clear panels makes me happy! I'd love to have something like that in an open space office, where you could still see out, and others could see in, but you were able to cut down drastically on the noise levels all around you!!

One of the tips they offer (it's the last one on the list...I'll let you head on over to the article to see so I don't give away all of their tips) is the one my kids would like most...all four of them!! In fact, they have used it before at home, which is an open space full of family...not quite an office, but definitely an effective tip for most anywhere. They have homework so they need quiet sometimes too.

Quill is one of those websites that you love to browse when you have a few minutes of downtime, or when you're in need of a good idea for your work or office space. It's a site I've turned to time and time again, and if you head on over to give them a visit, I'm sure you'll end up using them for a consistent resource too. Good things are happening over there, which makes it easier to have good things happening for you too. Big thanks to Quill for the great advice.

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