It’s hard. When work is always present, it’s very easy to constantly start more work. But it’s also not healthy. When you don’t have an appropriate work life balance, you start to hate your work… and feel resentful about what you aren’t accomplishing in your daily life.
Working from home doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice productivity. While you very well might enjoy more support when working at a company, there are things you can change to be more productive in work-from-home situations.
Working from home can make for a more productive environment than the typical office cubicle. For some, work from home situations are ideal for helping them in enhancing their work-life balance.
It’s safe to say that working from home can improve productivity.
Many people find home offices detrimental to their productivity because there are simply so many opportunities to procrastinate. Here are a few ways that you can beat the procrastination without having to pack up and go to the office.
How do you manage a work-from-home workload when you’re also managing your home workload? How do you separate them, and how do you stay on task? Here are some tips to make it manageable
Having a home office can be a great way to work from home, handle paperwork, make sure bills get paid on time, and just generally stay organized. But what happens when the environment where organization is supposed to take place for the entire house gets cluttered and disorganized? That can lead to things getting overlooked, […]
Working from home can be great. However, there is one big downfall for people who work from home, and that involves getting distracted. All kinds of things can take a person’s attention away from their work, and it can be hard not to procrastinate, as well.