Being able to work at home for the past two months so far has been great. I'm able to run my business entirely from my laptop. It's nice being able to make my own schedule and save on commuting costs. I also get to save time because I don't have to commute.
Even though it sounds like a breeze to work from your home, sometimes your productively can decrease.
Here are my tips to increase your productively when working from home.
Have a good schedule.
Working from home is still WORK. Many people try to tell me otherwise, and it's simply just not true. When working from home, there is a lot of flexibility, but sometimes that can be a self-employed person's downfall.
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Also, welcome to all new readers! I noticed that I have quite a few new readers today and I want to thank both my new and old readers.
A little about me: My name is Michelle, and I am 24 years old. I started this blog around 2.5 years ago and in October I made online freelancing my full-time job. I love traveling, personal finance, food, family and my friends. You can read more about me here (and you'll see an awesome picture of my family).
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Have a great weekend!
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