In order to overcome my feelings of annoyances over the past few days, I have decided to keep a running list of opposites. So, instead of focusing on what annoys me (rest assured, plenty is), I will simply type out something positive to focus on instead.
Sound good? Hope it works. 😛 Continue reading
Many of us have opportunities to work from home either because we are employed with that flexibility built in, self-employed in a home office, or freelancers.
But with this opportunity comes a catch. Because all ideals like this usually have some sort of a catch. The catch often comes down to this:
Preparation and Organization
For most of us, I think it comes down to a combination of both. There are days when I marvel at my own organization and advanced preparation skills. Other days, not so much.
Mindfulness and focus is key here. (Until the family wakes up. Ha.)
So, since I’m on a roll here with words tumbling out of my mouth, I thought I might as well jot down my ideal work day from home and compare it to my actual work day from home. Continue reading