“I’d give anything to work from home. It must be so relaxing!”
I’ve heard this kind of thing from my entire family, and with the increasing trend of remote workers it’s not surprising that people want to get in on the action.
The last 3 years of working remotely have taught me otherwise.
Yes, you get to work from anywhere, have more flexibility with your hours, and even wear whatever you want. However, remote work can be isolating, demotivating, stressful as all hell, and even physically damaging.
So, I’ve brought together all of the lessons I wish I’d been told when getting into the game, including:
- How to maintain a work/life balance without a traditional office
- Creating and sticking to your own schedule
- How to stay motivated without seeing your teammates
- Staying healthy and avoiding injuries common to remote work
Also, if you’re looking for remote work, we here at Process Street are hiring!
Check out our jobs page for more information.