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Why People Working From Home Should Have A Coworking Space As A Backup Plan

If you work from home, it’s important to have a backup plan in case your internet or power goes down. One option is to have a coworking space as a backup location where you can go to work if your home office is no longer functional. Here are some tips on how to prepare for this situation:

  1. Research coworking spaces in your area: Research and identify coworking spaces that are located near your home. Look for spaces that have a reliable internet connection, backup power, and other amenities that you might need.
  2. Check availability and pricing: Contact the coworking spaces that you are interested in and inquire about their availability and pricing for using their space as a backup option. Some coworking spaces might offer day passes or flexible membership options that can accommodate occasional use.
  3. Sign up for a coworking membership: If you plan to use a coworking space as a backup option, consider signing up for a membership. This can provide you with access to the space and its amenities on a regular basis, as well as any networking or community events that are offered.
  4. Keep a backup bag: Prepare a backup bag with all the essentials you would need to work from a coworking space, including your laptop, charger, mouse, and any necessary paperwork or files. Make sure to keep this bag easily accessible so you can grab it quickly if needed.
  5. Have a backup plan for transportation: Make sure you have a backup plan for transportation to the coworking space in case your usual mode of transportation is unavailable.

By following these tips, you can ensure that you are prepared in case of an internet or power outage, and can quickly and easily transition to a coworking space to continue your work.