Life is better without an alarm clock.
Working from home sounds like a dream… but it comes with its own challenges.
In this week’s episode, we’re discussing the pros and cons of working from home, and how we’ve managed to work from the same home without killing each other (yet). We love working from home, but there are things we miss about traditional work. Enjoy!
It’s ok to set whatever schedule you want — you make the rules here!
In this episode:
- Things we love about working from home
- How we take advantage of creating our own schedules
- How working from home saves us time
- Things we don’t like about working from home
- How we deal with the lack of socialization
- How we deal with the guilt of “not doing enough”
- How we both work from home without killing each other
As long as you’re moving forward and you have the lifestyle you want to have, that’s all that matters.
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Working with your partner? What’s important is each of you having your own space.
At the end of each episode, we’re telling all in a round of 3 date questions. Use these questions on your next date, and tell us how it goes using the hashtag #spillingtheink. We can’t wait to hear your stories!
- What motivates you to work hard?
- Which of the five sense would you say is your strongest?
- What is one thing you will never do again?
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