Slightly off topic but I think a fair amount of the TR crowd have had to deal with remote working recently, Im about to start a three month piece of work, all remote and it looks like for now Ill have to set up in the paincave while our house is being reorganised.
Im a fan of dedicating spaces for tasks; eat in the dining room only not the tv room, sleep in the bedroom not work, etc.
Has anyone found that working in the paincave discourages training? In other words, if Im in the paincave working for 8hours, am I really going to want to spend another 2 hours sweet spot on the bike and/or half an hour lifting?
The space itself can be seperated, using the front of the cave has a workbench I can use as a standing desk, but the background for numerous video calls needs to be made professional looking; fresh paint, hang up certificates, etc.
Any tips from remote workers on making the space look professional?