Working From Home for Some Individuals can be a Two Bladed Sword!

When you see someone running down the beach at they probably work from home!

Personally I JUST LOVE working from the comfort home of my own home!

The one thing I will agree with however is if you have been used to working in an employed environment then you may find readjusting to working from home a little challenging.

Yes you can set your own timetable and do the things you want to when you feel like doing them.

However, that being said you still have to get your work done.

I have the simple formula to combat falling behind.

I do too much too soon, rather than too little too late.

Another big point about working from home is finding the time where you work best and the time which suits your family most.

Soon as you adapt to working from home I’m sure you agree there is nothing nicer.

However, the are lots of differing opinions on this point.

Below is an article I just found:

Source article at: Working from home can be a blessing or a curse.

The freedom that comes with working out of the house is luxurious — you set your own hours, take breaks when necessary, run errands as needed, procrastinate work projects in more constructive ways such as playing with the dog (that’s a joke). The possibilities are endless.

At the same time, sticking to a schedule isn’t easy if you’re the scheduler.

It takes discipline to adhere to a routine because nobody is around to hold you accountable. Need to catch up on the Golden Girls? Sure, go for it. Want to walk your dog for yet another walk around the block? Sure. Would watching another YouTube video on stupid school pranks be enlightening? Of course it would — only to the extent that you’re willing to face just how unproductive you’ve been.

There are myriad challenges that those of us home-workers face daily, and the good news is, if you can identify the challenge then you can strategize how to beat it. Here are six challenges founders — or anybody who works from home for that matter — face while working in the home office:

In other words, you never really stop working. All your projects, paperwork are right there which makes it difficult to flip the switch from being at work to being at home.

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