The beginning of a new year is usually a period of renewed motivation, not only mentally and physically but also professionally. I am fortunate to have a job which allows me the opportunity to work from home, and this works well for me – it’s overall made me a more productive employee and has helped me define a solid work/live balance. But it can also be challenging, and I honestly do not believe it’s for everyone.
To successfully work remotely you have to stay self-motivated and driven, which can be a lot easier to do in an office setting where there is energy from others to feed off of. When I first started working from home busy days were easy, I put my head down and knocked out my to-do list, but the slower days when I needed to be proactive could at times be a struggle. It took me a few months to find the best routine that works for me and now I actually work my best from home. Read More