You don’t need to spend a fortune to work from home, but there are definitely some needs and a few “would be nice to have” items that can make it more productive, comfortable and fun.
Life Working At Home
It’s definitely a bit more stressful when you’re working for yourself. You’re sure to have tons of doubts and fears about your decision. But, there’s a lot of perks that come from working at home as well. Today’s experts share their favorite perks of working from home. Feel free to add yours in the comments. read more
My very first home office was in a coat closet. It was functional with a computer cart and a fold up chair that could all be stored away when I wasn’t working. But it wasn’t ideal. You don’t need to spend a fortune to work from home, but there are definitely some needs and a few “would be nice to have” items that can make it more productive, comfortable and fun. read more
Guest Post from Tricia Sciortino
Thanks to technology that enables collaboration from virtually anywhere and an evolving view of how teams can be configured, more employers today are willing to allow employees to work from home or hire independent, home-based contractors. That means it’s easier than ever for people who want to work from home to find a home-based job, either as freelancers or telecommuting employees. read more
Working at home can be really awesome, but it’s not without it’s challenges. In fact, it can make you feel a little crazy. Managing multiple hats and taking care of work and home under the same roof can feel a lot like plate spinning. Fortunately, these work-at-home professions have great tips to helping you stay sane and avoid burnout. read more
Work-At-Home Expert Tips: How do you re-boot your enthusiasm for your home career when it starts to wane?
I’ve been running Work-At-Home since 1998. Over the last ten years or so, I have periods (usually at the end of the year), where my energy and enthusiasm for the site drops. A couple of times, I began to research options for selling it. read more
More and more entrepreneurs are working remotely. They may have an “office” at home, in a co-working space or even at the nearest coffee shop. Fortunately, technology has allowed everyone — even entrepreneurs who commute to a traditional office every day — to benefit from the flexibility of working from home when it’s needed or preferred. Anyone who works from home will tell you that it has its benefits, yet also challenges. read more
Retirement is often talked about in the next context of leaving the workplace. It marks the end of a regular paycheck and the need to begin relying on other sources of income, most notably is savings. read more
You are very excited and full of enthusiasm. It’s your first day working from home after resigning from your day job. You decided to start your own work at home so that you could finally be your own boss: do work whenever you like- without anyone telling you what to do and without anyone watching over your shoulder. read more
Working from home is becoming increasingly popular. More companies are hiring people to work remotely, and at-home start-ups are an appealing alternative to a 9 to 5 desk job. Although working from home can be freeing, it can also be surprisingly hard. To work from home productively, include these 12 essential things. read more