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  1. I had a job once where I worked from home and it was tough because my boss was right there with me! I got through it though and moved onto the next thing since he left and I was on my own to become more self sufficient, which I was used to but not able to get going yet, so thanks for the helpful tips.

    1. Stephan Zev says:

      Sounds like you made the right decision Andrew. Thanks for chiming in…

  2. Some great tips here. Often people think working from home means free time, all the time. The exact opposite is true. I needed to find advice like this especially since I find the work/life balance hard sometimes. The hardest for me has been setting a scheduled work day.

    Thanks for the post, it helps me put things into perspective!

    1. Stephan Zev says:

      Glad it’s helpful Kim…

  3. This is an excellent article for anyone working from home or considering it. As someone who works from home, I find it important not to eat lunch in the “office.” If eating lunch at home, then eat in the kitchen, dining room or anyplace not in front of your computer. Going out to lunch on occasion is a good break from routine. Going out also gives you the chance to get fresh air and move the muscles.

    1. Stephan Zev says:

      Hi Glen, yes, it’s a good idea to separate your working area from where you eat. It speaks to my point about having a dedicated space for work and nothing else.

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