The end of winter is in sight, which means there’s a big undertaking just around the corner: spring cleaning. After months of being cooped up in the cold, most of us are tired of our surroundings. For me, those feelings tend to lead to one or two rooms being painted a new color. But if you work from home or live the digital nomad lifestyle, your home office should definitely get some attention when the next cleaning frenzy hits.
A Step-by-Step Guide to Being a Digital Nomad
For those that don’t know, a digital nomad is someone who earns a living working online. As a result, they can freely move around from place to place rather than sitting in an office while they work. This lifestyle enables you to earn money while traveling the world or following a more flexible routine.
How to Create a Reward System to Stay Productive
A reward system can also help break an overwhelming project into more manageable pieces. By focusing on one task at a time, you can avoid procrastinating, indecision, and poor time management. Plus it feels good to give yourself a pat on the back!
How to Create a Home Office with Limited Space
Working from home is quickly becoming the new normal for many people worldwide. And while there are advantages to working from home, one of the biggest challenges can be finding a space to set up your office.
Running A Successful Home Business
If you’re thinking of starting your own home business, then you need a plan to make it as successful as possible. These are some of the things you can do to set up your home business for success.
6 Ways to Take a Break When You Work From Home
One of the dangers of working from home is skipping break time. These 6 tips on being mindful can help sustain your energy throughout the day and ensure sure you’re working efficiently, not constantly.
A Letter From Isolation
Hi. How are you doing? How loud is isolation-insanity knocking on your tightly bolted doors? I’m alright. I mean, I did decide to cut my own hair and give myself bangs. It went well. Self-isolating …
Preparing to Work From Home
Things have been more than a little chaotic lately. For starters, I moved to Indiana last month. That was a nightmare and a half. One thing keeping me positive was the tentative approval of me …