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Indeed Survey Reveals Remote Working Arrangements Are On the Rise

Is remote working a passing fad, or could it transform the workforce as we know it? According to a new survey by job board giant Indeed, remote working is here to stay.

After polling 1,000 employees and employers across industries, Indeed confirmed that work-from-home arrangements are beneficial for workers and companies alike.

Here were some of their unique findings about the power of telecommuting. Continue reading “Indeed Survey Reveals Remote Working Arrangements Are On the Rise”

Hey, Mom Entrepreneurs: These 6 Sites Will Empower You to Build Your Business From Home

It’s an exciting new world out there for parents who want to work from home. As many stay at home moms are discovering, it’s becoming more and more possible to start your own business. Unlike a 9 to 5 office job, a home-grown business lets mom entrepreneurs set their own schedules around the needs of their family.

Imagine being able to stop working to feed your baby without having to go pump in a supply closet your company calls a lactation room. Or skipping the daily commute and gaining back hours with your family that you’d usually spend sitting in traffic.

If you’d like to turn your talents into a side hustle (or full-time business), the sites below can be a huge help. They offer useful advice on how to start a blog, market your business through social media, and network with other “mom-trepreneurs” to grow your business. Continue reading “Hey, Mom Entrepreneurs: These 6 Sites Will Empower You to Build Your Business From Home”

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5 Working From Home Tips for Better Work-Life Balance

Working from home has freed up my time in lots of amazing ways.

I can work when I’m most productive, set my own schedule, and even run those annoying errands during the week that everyone else is doing on the weekend (no more waiting in line at the post office or grocery store, woo!).

But if I’m not careful, working from home can actually have the opposite effect where I feel like I’m working all the time.

Since there are no clear boundaries between work and home, it’s all too easy to revise articles, check emails, or otherwise be in work-mode late into the night.

And since my particular situation involves coworkers in different time zones, I often feel like I should be available all day long, just in case someone needs to talk to me.

Remembering to step back and truly “clock out” for the day is still a challenge, but here are some working from home tips I’ve learned for separating work life from well, life life. Continue reading “5 Working From Home Tips for Better Work-Life Balance”