How amazing and enchanting is the idea of a coworking space, working altogether is a set up that has been made to exactly fulfil the needs that your work requires and with all those creative brains tuned to work like yours? Even with the increasing trend of co-working spaces and the number of such setups increasingly growing in almost all parts of the world, the question of whether or not these workspaces are costly and whether or not you need them if you work from home still stays unanswered. However, if compared, working from home is way better with all its advantages and very fewer drawbacks from investing in a coworking space.
Don’t believe it? Well, as someone who works from home, there are a lot of reasons that can make you regret your decision of investing so much in a co-working space. Some of these reasons are as follows.
Before you proceed, it is important to understand that some of these reasons might not even bother an extrovert working from home at all and if that is the case then you must start searching for creative spaces in Melbourne to get your co-working space over there right after you read this article.
Noise and Distraction
No doubts in the fact a working space at the home is the most comfortable, coziest, and the most peaceful place you will ever get to have. Not only such environments boost your creativity, but they also make your brain work more efficiently and plan way too creatively as compared to when you are in a co-working space with your cabin surrounded by some people who are no less than a chatterbox.
All that a work from home mode of working costs you is some internet bill and some electricity bill (if you don’t eat way too much while working, otherwise add-in that too). However, going to a co-working space is surely going to cost you a lot of money in terms of the commute tickets or gas’s bill even if you go on your own.
A Bigger Social Circle
While many love to have a dozen of people around them all the time whom they can call friends, an introvert like me is going to faint with the idea of so much socializing. Working in co-working spaces is what brings so many people around you and will surely increase your social network that means more hangouts and more birthdays and weddings to attend. Not saying whether it is good or bad, the choice is all yours.
No need to get ready every morning
While it is true that getting ready and all dolled-up in the morning is something that endows you with so much energy, getting ready every morning seems like a boring idea. A co-working space needs you to get up and get ready every single morning, means increased costs in terms of clothing and makeup for sure.