I'm moving in a month - we are downsizing as my wife no longer works and money has been tight. I also work from home, and this apartment will have no spare office - it does, however, have a gigantic closet (12'x8') that is actually bigger than the office I'm currently using.
That being said, I'm know wondering how to keep this office lit in a way to prevent me from getting drowsy - I currently work beside a giant 6'x5' window overlooking the Florida equivalent of a rain forest (wetlands preserve), and that when combined with a basic yellow overhead light prevents me from feeling drowsy and unfocused. After much experimenting, lighting has been better at keeping my focus than any amount of coffee or food, hence my concerns.
What I am looking for preferably, is some sort of neutral, low-heat, natural lighting. Not looking for Seasonal Affecting Disorder lamps - although that's not far from the mark.
Additional side-question - do any other Paleohackers need to have substantial light (in an office setting) to be more productive?