In an effort to slow the spread of novel coronavirus in the U.S., companies are encouraging employees to avoid coming into offices and to instead work from home. Many Curbed staffers work remotely every day—we’re local experts in cities across the country—and are familiar with the fact that working from home can be challenging. We’ve long grappled with how to do it in the most productive yet comfortable way. As you find yourself working remotely out of necessity or choice, we’ve got you covered. We’ve gathered our best advice on the subject, from how to create and organize a workspace to which cozy pick-me-ups really make a difference. Have your own tip to share? Add them in the comments section below. One of the most repeated pieces of advice in remote culture is to create a mini-office where you can focus on work. It doesn’t have to be large: Many Curbed staffers work from kitchen counters, hallway desks, or the dining room table. But a dedicated work space helps create familiarity and discipline in your day. As Mercedes Kraus, executive editor and interim editor-in-chief, says, “Even if you need to ‘put away’ your desk every night, have one place that you work only. The more ...