About five years ago, I switched to working from home. I’m lucky to be able to manage my workload online. My job has allowed me to be more available to my kids. I work by the content request rather than by the hour. I have established a dedicated office in my home. I bought myself a comfortable chair and a nice desk for my laptop, monitor and printer. I can close the door to my office and focus. I keep out noise and distractions so that I remain productive during work hours. It’s very easy to get side-tracked and get involved with household tasks. If that happens, my workday lasts much later. I now understand the importance of maintaining a comfortable workspace. When I first started working from home, I suffered frequent headaches in the late afternoon. I was constantly sneezing, coughing and blowing my nose. I dealt with a sore throat. At first, I was sure I was coming down with a cold. However, the symptoms went away if I left the house. I realized that these health complaints were the result of polluted indoor air conditions. I researched online and learned that the concerns were most likely the fault of the HVAC system. I inspected the air filters and they were very dirty. I hired a certified HVAC contractor to provide service for the furnace and a/c. He cleaned all components and recommended duct cleaning too. After all of these strategies were completed, I saw a significant difference in the comfort plus cleanliness of the indoor environment. My energy bills are lower now I no longer have health complaints. I am even sleeping better at night and noticing more energy in the morning.