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Ready to GO free range at work?

Ready to GO free range at work?

Did you know that 90 % of our time is spent indoors. That’s 21.6 hours out of 24, cooped up under artificial light and often in a controlled work environment.

shutterstock_95820835There’s something disturbingly familiar about being kept indoors to work, isn’t there?

So this Easter we have hatched a plan to encourage you to think about how you can be more free range at work.

It’s a simple idea, because we believe in things being kept simple. The simple fact is that human beings need to express their natural behaviours at work.

This includes access to daylight, movement and feeling connected to nature. You’ll find more ideas to help you to Go free range at work on our guest blog, for our friends at Alive with ideas.

Next week we’ll be featuring our first Free Ranger, Kate and we hope to encourage other humans to GO free range with Fusion Spaces and perhaps even share their commitment on our blog.

The nest, sorry next step is #FreeRangeBusiness and we’ll be actively encouraging the world of work to embrace free ranging practices and to understand that if we must spend time living/working indoors we need to carefully consider elements like light and air quality and the importance of  bringing a sense of nature indoors.

We believe it’s time to reduce the stress of working and being indoors, make the indoors more like the outdoors and harness what nature has and use it, for human wellbeing.

Surely it’s a #NoBrainer!

Oh and if you are a business ready to GO free range and create meeting rooms that more closely mimic nature, with no stress tech… just get in touch.


Wellbeing’s Fusionary – Fusion Spaces



Posted Friday, April 7, 2017


  1. Brian McGee says:

    “access to daylight, movement and feeling connected to nature” – what’s not to like? Going out for a walk *every* lunchtime, however busy the day, is also worth considering… (Reminder to self!)

    1. Michael and Jayne says:

      Thanks Brian for taking the time to comment. Perhaps you’d like to be a guest on our blog and tell us about the small changes you’d like to make, or are making to GO free range at work? – Jayne

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