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Working from home is a great benefit, but it also has its challenges. Apartment Therapy offers a few tips for staying productive when your home is your office.
Dear Lifehacker, My commute is killing me. I hate driving in to work every day, dealing with traffic, and paying for parking. I’m looking for a new job, but how can I find a job that will let me work remotely or telecommute, even a few days a week?
Even if you could easily do your job remotely, you still face a big cultural hurdle that stands between you and your home office. If you’ve convinced your boss to let you work remotely, we want to hear how you did it.
If you’re working at home and trying to spark your creativity by showering, brushing your teeth, getting dressed and so on, you may not be giving yourself the head start you think.
If you work at home, you’re likely aware of the many distractions surrounding you, but keeping your focus can be pretty easy with a little advanced planning.