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Working remotely

It seems that working from home has always been the dream for many folks. Making your own hours and being productive at your leisure does sound tempting, but could there be a downfall to blurring the line between work and play? I came across an article recently that suggested that working from home might not be all it’s talked up to be. You have to be strict and try no to feel isolated. Keep yourself connected. The perks like limited distractions is evident, but lack of face to face interaction can wear on you as well.

On the opposite side of the spectrum you have to know when to disconnect. It’s easy to work until the wee hours of the night, but you need to have a plan to disconnect as well. And while distractions at the work place are one thing, there can be distractions at home too. Kids, pets, chores etc. tell yourself it can wait until you officially clock out. According to an article by Ryan Hoover originally posted on LinkedIn, Remote working from home among the non-self-employed workforce has grown 140% from 2005 to 2018.

Today, 63% of U.S. companies have remote workers”. That means the need to balance the life of a remote worker is becoming more and more relevant and there’s only a manner of time before you are working from home as well. It would also help to stay organized with a designated work space at home. And remember to break for meals as well. You can still try and bounce ideas off of people (like how you would at the coffee maker or water-cooler), but let it happen organically.


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