Top 3 Tips to Enjoy Working Outside
by Powerfx ■
We’ve been working within the confines of our humble abodes for
over a year now. Even if you don’t notice or admit it, it’s kind of draining when the line
between personal and work time gets blurry. With an identical place for both work and play,
getting a break can be quite a task. A year into working from home isn’t enough to adjust
to, coming from years with a dedicated place, such as office buildings for work.
As we teach ourselves to work outside our homes again, it’s essential to take things one
step at a time. You can start working on your porch, garden, or any other part of your home
that isn’t indoors. But how can you make sure you enjoy and get things done while working
We’ve got you covered with three tips:
1. Optimize Your Laptop’s Battery Life
With a portable computer coming hand in hand with working from home or outside of it, you know
how essential it is to keep your laptop charged all the time. But the traditional way we all go
is staying plugged into a wall socket. You can’t just find wall sockets anywhere you go, right?
A short laptop battery life will keep you indoors.
That’s why you must know the necessary system tweaks that will make your laptop’s battery last
longer when you’re headed outside for a change of scenery.
Turn On Battery Saving Mode
Laptops powered by macOS and Windows come with their battery saver modes. You can hover over the
battery icon in the taskbar and just turn on battery saver mode. There might be a slight
performance loss, but it’s worth it considering the extended battery juice.
Lower Your Brightness
Your display brightness is one of your laptop’s biggest battery drainers. The bigger and
brighter your screen is, the heavier work it puts on your battery, making it last for less than
the ideal time.
Turn Off Wi-Fi and Bluetooth When Not Needed
If you’re just typing down a few things without online reference, help your battery by turning
off Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. You’ll be surprised by how much battery life you’ll save by making this
2. Get A Portable Laptop Charger
When system tweaks don’t make the cut because your laptop’s battery isn’t as good as it used to
be, you’re left with one choice. That’s to get yourself a portable laptop charger. They aren’t
as handy as the power banks we use for our phones, but they function the same way.
You can charge your smartphone and other work devices along with your laptop! Since you won’t
always have a wall socket near you, it’s good to have one of these portable chargers
Such chargers are powerful and pack a lot of juice. They can be heavy, so prepare to carry them
to your new outdoor working spot. Here’s a list of portable laptop chargers you should check
3. Avoid Crowds
Certain places just aren’t made for productivity. The beach, a restaurant, and the likes are
places where you should expect flower productivity due to the number of people and commotion.
Moreover, these places are designed for recreational activities, not preparing for your next
Your home’s outdoor areas are good examples of productive spaces. If you live alone, you might
more easily find new outdoor working spaces for getting things done. And if your laptop or phone
does drop on the cement or get splashed by a sprinkler, don’t hesitate to call us! We’ll have
you back to typing speed in no time.