Better Homes and Gardens
Working as the web admin for Sophie's World isn't all glamour, all the time. There's lots of typing. And clicking. And scrolling. And more clicking. And more typing.
But I do have the advantage of being able to work from home once in a while. I can't tell you how much I love not having to commute (or even brush my hair), but I lack a dedicated home office. When you're in a tiny-ass apartment, the space you have has to be multi-function, and your living space often doubles as your work space.
Dividing your living room by putting your desk against the back of your sofa is an idea that I love. It visually separates the two areas in such a way that if you're sitting down at your desk, it still feels like work time. And, if you're lounging on your couch, you can lazily put a drink on your new de facto sofa table without even getting up.
Check out some of the fab examples I've found online (yay Pinterest!).
Caymanian Compass Observer
Kimberly Seldon via Domestic Bliss
Room and Board via Apartment Therapy
Also from Room and Board