Working from home can be one of the best experiences in the world, as long as you manage your life properly. What most at-home workers don’t realize is just how easy it is to become isolated in your home office.
I wrote this blog post because I realized that most of the other posts on the subject completely miss the point – they talk about “noise, light and heat”, but don’t bother giving you any information on where you can actually set your office up, and why those locations are a good (or bad) idea.
If you’re sick and tired of paying a fortune for new laptops, you’re not alone. So we put together this blog post to show you how to find better than decent brand name laptops for $200…or even less than that if you’re really broke.
Smartphones once seemed like the best possible idea in the world – access to the sum total knowledge of humanity, combined with a mobile communication device and high-resolution camera in a handheld device. But has the time come for me to downgrade from my beloved smartphone? I think so.
I’ve used online file backup services for longer than I can remember – way before people called them “cloud backup services”. In fact, I’ve forgotten half of the backup services I’ve tried in the past. I even went as far as uploading my files to a secure FTP site because I couldn’t find any online file backup service that actually …
Sick and tired of your day job? Willing to do almost anything to start your own business and work from home instead? Yeah, there’s a few things you need to know before you go jumping in feet first. It’s not all bad, but it’s not all good either. Read on!