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What if Remote Work Didn’t Mean Working from Home?

What if Remote Work Didn’t Mean Working from Home?

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Working Remotely Is Harder Than It Looks

Professional writers, freelance writers and authors are the original work-from-home knowledge workers, long before the pandemic made remote working a household phenomenon.

Working from home requires a mental detachment from all the other pending tasks piled up at home, like laundry. It is ...

Unattended tasks at home create stress and cause a neural traffic jam that paralyzes the remote worker. Some authors resort to going to a sparse hotel room with nothing for the eyes to hold on to, getting their focus completely on work and entering the flow mode...

About one-fourth of the US workforce population will continue to work from home in 2022, and due to home environments that make remote working impossible, hiring managers will see unexpected delays and non-productivity. The post-pandemic world is getting geared up for increased remote wor...

An alternative to working remotely at home is to Work From Near Home (WFNH), where household work, kids, familiar noise and many other causes of stress that distract us from our official tasks are absent. It can be a small rented office, cafe, or company provided coworking space.

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