When you’re a freelancer your work life can understandably become an all-consuming force, inevitably taking precedent over the not so insignificant matter of your health. As important as we all know work is, good health is vital if you want to, you know, live… This article will outline how you can get the balance just […]
If procrastination is the arch enemy of remote work, then this article is the antidote. This post will throw a few handy anti-procrastination hints your way. You’re welcome to use them to improve your remote working productivity levels OR you can just procrastinate for 5 minutes by reading an article on procrastination… Oh, the irony.
If the thought of ‘remote work’ still creates visions of slipper wearing, disengaged employees sat at home under piles of last nights pizza boxes, then it’s time to look at the term a little differently. Studies continue to show that your average remote worker is actually deeply experienced and remarkably engaged from being ‘office free’—they’re often […]
Being a remote worker can be tough. Despite what people tell you, it’s not all pyjamas and early finishes. With no formal office environment or beady eyed colleagues, it’s quite easy to succumb to the slippery slope of distraction without a moments warning. A sure-fire way to curb your wandering-eyed tendencies is to make sure the […]
How to Establish and Maintain a Productive Balance When Remote Working For many, working from home sounds like an idyllic situation. You get to wake up minutes before you start, wear whatever you want, and reheat last nights tuna penne for lunch without fear of co-worker judgement; amazing, right? Working from home is convenient, familiar […]
In this post, yoga teacher Adam Hocke shares his coping mechanisms for dealing with stress and gives advice on simple tricks you can do to chill out when work gets on top of you, either at home or on the go. By Adam Hocke We all choose different coping mechanisms for stress, some being more successful […]
So, everyones moving to London at the moment. It just seems like a natural life progression. Leave University/College, wait around for a year or so, think about what you want to do with your life, maybe visit South East Asia.. and then move to London. At least, that’s what a lot of my particular group of […]
In our modern world, the need to balance our work, home and social lives is an ever-increasing issue. Whilst many people find it possible to detach from work at the end of the day, others fall victim to the “one more call, one more email, one more meeting” school of thought. In this article we […]