Working from home can be one of the best things you’ve ever done.
Or it can turn into a nightmare.
It all depends on who you take advice from – bloggers who have theories about it, or somebody who actually works from their home office every single day.
You need practical advice that works in real life – no theories.
So this blog was set up to share whatever advice I can give, crush any stupid myths, and discuss everything from the technical aspect of working from home to your mental health.
That includes answering your big questions like how much it costs to set up a home office, Microsoft office alternatives, and how to deal with the inevitable loneliness that comes with working from home or remotely.
And that’s just the tip of the iceberg.
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Some of our latest content
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.
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.
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!
One of the best ways to ensure that your personal accounts are never hacked is to use a different, secure password for each login. But how can you keep track of all those passwords? You use a robust password manager like the ones featured in this blog post.
So your old laptop has finally stopped booting up and has gone to laptop heaven. Buying a new laptop can be a real pain in the ass, especially trying to navigate the sales and technical jargon. So this blog post does its best to make that pain go away. Or at least not make it burn as much.
Coworking spaces were originally just used by startups who didn’t want to sell bodily organs to fund new office space. But they’re now just as popular with solopreneurs and remote workers who are sick and tired of only working from home. So let’s take a look at why coworking spaces are going to be around for a long, long time.