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Author Topic: Working From Home: 10 Unconscious Cues to Create a Work-Life Balance  (Read 2892 times)

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Another nice blog article on tips for people who work at home, to help create some structure and tips for the way you spend your time for maximum efficiency and satisfaction.

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Working from home sounds like a very simple concept. But there are a lot of built-in structures and boundaries inherent in a going-to-the-office job that we often take for granted.  Recreating those boundaries when our home and work is one and the same is a crucial part of achieving a work-life balance... One common trap of working from home is allowing your personal life to bleed into your work. A lack of discipline and motivation as well as a myriad of temptations lurking in every corner of your home can affect your productivity big time.




from www.lifehacker.com