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  1. February 9, 2017
    Allison says

    Having a morning routine has changed everything for me. I have found that if I actually get up and get out of bed an hour before I need to, I can get so much done before the day really even starts.

    I really need to take up your tip on time-blocking out my day though. I’ve read about that a lot lately and always think that it won’t work for me, but I think it’s time for me to try and figure it out!

    My best work from home tip is to take breaks. On days I work from home I used to try to get everything done as quickly as possible, and that backfired real fast. Now I take at least a 5 minute break every hour, whether to walk outside, read a chapter of a book, or something else that lets me reset my mind.

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  2. February 10, 2017
    Kathy Dowd says

    It is important to have a schedule. It may include getting up at 6am and checking email, a run at 8am, and business and personal agenda items throughout the day but with the extra time of not commuting, it is easier to accomplish so much more that if you were reporting into an office every day. Companies can tell pretty quickly if you are taking advantage of the opportunity so discipline is important. I have been WFH for over 10 years and it would be hard to go back to a 9-5 in an office. Would be great for more companies to realize the extra potential they can realize from employees by giving them a little freedom.

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  3. February 10, 2017
    Claudia says

    How do I search those jobs thank you 😊 Castillo

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  4. February 10, 2017
    Hollis Bassknight says

    Love this site. ….

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  5. February 10, 2017
    Hollis Bassknight says

    Love this site. ….

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  6. February 28, 2017

    All these strategies are totally vital to my creativity/productivity at when I’m working from home, which I do on days that I don’t see clients. As soon as my feet hit the floor in the morning, I know the steps I go through until NOON:

    Lemon water, morning pages, fresh water, workout, shower, protien/veggie breakfast, dressed and writing by 9, blog post and weekly newsletter, check in with my assistant, check emails, LUNCH!

    The second half of my day is more flexible, but no TV and no chores are key.

    Thanks for spreading the good word, Chelsea.

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