I have the feeling that everyone thinks that working from home is like a get out of jail free card. And why wouldn't they? You can work in your jammies, rock out to Carly Rae Jepsen (no judgement), sneak in a Broad City clip for a pick me up, or even pop a batch of cookies in the oven just for kicks.
The reality is that working from home (WFH) successfully takes a rather large amount of discipline when it comes to planning, time management, boundaries and transitioning from "work-brain" to "home-brain." Whether you WFH full-time, part-time, on the occasion Wee Savvy needs special accommodation, or even if you have trouble shutting off your smartphone at night, our WFH survival guide will make sure you get the most out of your at-home workdays and smoothly reclaim your home space.Read More