Full disclosure: I don’t follow most of my own advice. This is very much a case of “do as I say, not as I do” because I’m terrible at establishing any sort of healthy habits or routines. I started a work-from-home position in February, before the rest of the world transitioned to the same lifestyle, and I very quickly devolved into a slightly feral hermit-goblin, so I started scouring the internet for various tips and tricks to working from home, and I also began to come up with my own tips for improving my work-from-home experience. Some of these tips are specific, some are ridiculously generic, but they’re…well, here.
Anyway, all that is to say that I’m very much not an expert or even a slightly experienced work-from-home person, and this post is as much of a joke as it is actual serious advice, and of course bear in mind the usual disclaimers: YMMV (your mileage may vary), you don’t have to follow prescriptive advice, take what you like and leave the rest, etc, etc. Continue reading “10 Work From Home Tips (I Don’t Always Follow But Should)”