Your New Office Can Be This Beautiful, Historic Garden in New Bedford
If you need a change of scenery after a good stretch of working from home, you have to check out this New Bedford museum offering a free workspace with a view.
Being able to work from anywhere has been a blessing for so many but it also may have created roadblocks to inspiration. The Roch-Jones-Duff House and Garden Museum is offering a solution.
It calls it "Office Al Fresco," your cubicle with a view.
Don't worry. The historic space comes with everything you need: WiFi, electrical outlets, tables, chairs and access to restrooms. Most importantly, let's not forget the view of the absolutely stunning rose garden.
You do have to schedule an appointment to use the 396 County St. property, which is available every Wednesday, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., for outdoor office life.
Executive Director Dawn Salerno said: "The use of the space, which is the porch of our 1834 mansion, is free, but if anyone is inclined to donate to us, we'll sink the money back into the museum."
Especially during the summer months, many of us have been just staring outside our windows when we're not staring at our computers. Hopefully, this spot may spark some inspiration and motivation to get it all done.
Although, I'd likely be distracted by the beauty that is this wonderful museum right in our backyard.