Work From Homeon June 30, 2014 at 12:00 am
Working from home is just terrible. It’s lonely, counter-productive, filled with distractions, and you can’t walk away from your work at the end of the day. Thankfully, there are some easy ways to combat this!
Step one: Set regular hours for yourself, this way you know when you’re working and when you’re not. Having an schedule is key.
Step two: Set aside a workspace for yourself. It helps if it is far away from where you have your leisure activities. Try working in a different room, perhaps even a different building that’s a short commute away.
Step three: Fill your off-site at-home workplace with your regular coworkers. It will offset the loneliness and improve communication. Make sure your boss is there too so you know your performance is up to snuff!
And just like that, you’ve escaped the doldrums of the stuffy office workplace in favor of working at home! Try it now! You can thank me later. 😉
At least he got dressed so the last thing the passengers see isn’t his naked butt
i did that. it works
A very lightweight airplane, it seems.
I work from home and yes it does get quite boring at times, but when the time comes that I want to take a long weekend or just lay in bed all day that’s when I get the amazing feeling of I love my Job…
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Don’t worry guys, I got what you did there. Very cute. I grew up the son of a convenience store owner. I know what it’s like to have no boundaries between work and home. Didn’t matter where I was – it was both places at the same time. Staff have been family for 44 years. Hehe… I worked from home as a graphic designer/illustrator for 30 years. Love it – but yes – having a separate space and schedule is exactly what is needed. LOL