A few months ago, I came across this comical piece from the New Yorker about working from home. It’s hilarious, mostly because it’s a little too accurate. Everyone who works from home is at risk of getting sucked into a vortex of unstructured-ness, a wormhole of “I have nowhere to go, nobody to see, no […]
via 10 Ways to Resist Depression When You Work from Home — Allie Racette
Excellent article but I might add: having work you can do when you are on the couch binge watching shows or numbing out.
11. having work you can do when you are on the couch binge watching shows or numbing out.
Delegate the easiest and most repetitive tasks to your down time and that way you are still kind of getting work done but without having to think too much.
12. If you don’t have a pet, maybe a plant?
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I used to work from home. Can relate to a few of the points but I had to get more disciplined. Glad I did. Ha