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.
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Heading to the relatives' place for a long stay? Working on a Mac that's not your own? Using the new Mac App Store's easy licensing and installation, you can create a new user account and quickly set up your favourite software.
Freelancing isn't something you should just jump into, but it makes sense for a good number of workers. If you're looking into, or getting started with, working on your own, here are 10 resources we think every freelancer can learn from.
Here at Lifehacker we regularly look at technology and tactics to make working at home easier and office designs to simplify the process. But there's one issue that planning can't solve: are you actually up to the task?
Starting out as a freelancer can be an exhilarating experience, but that part ends right about when you realise you don't know where to turn next to find your gig. The FreelanceSwitch blog updates its Monster List of freelance job site to more than 150 sites of work offers and contract bidding, including a few non-English options. The best work you'll get as a freelancer usually comes from folks and firms you already know or can network with, but for filling in the monetary gaps, this list isn't a bad place to start.
Some of us work extremely hard and never have time for our personal lives, and particularly, our own families. Perhaps, however, it's time to change that. Consider this: it's pretty difficult to be productive for over 80 hours a week. Instead, take a break during the evening and focus on family time (especially during dinner). At the end of the day, you're making that money so that you can attend to your family—but your family should not be put on hold while you're hard at work. What changes have you made to emphasise family over your career? Let's hear your best moves in the comments. Balancing Work & Family