Re: It all starts with dedicated workspace.
Compartmentalization is key in any home office.
For some, no doubt, but "any" simply isn't accurate. I've spent the past 18 years working from a home "office" that's just a table in the back hall, next to the door for the upstairs bathroom and the back stairs down to the kitchen. That's at the Stately Manor; when I'm in the Mountain Fastness I'm in the sunroom, but that building only has four rooms total. It's never been a problem.
But then I've worked from home for over two decades without needing most of the principles laid out in the article. Different people have different needs.