With the on-going pandemic, many companies are encouraging their employees to work remotely. But, long before the outbreak, many people were working from home on a full-time basis as more and more companies were moving towards remote teams. There are many benefits to working from home: a flexible work schedule, no commute stress, better work-life balance, and a personalized workstation. However, the greatest challenge of working from home is separating your personal life from your work or business. Your productivity will depend on how well you can focus on work. Setting up an area to work should be our first step in remote work. So, whether it's your first time working from home or you are an old hand at it, it's time to set up a professional workspace. Here is how you can go about it.