Working from Home

Charlene Mulley
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I have found that working from home makes me more productive than working from the office. It might be that Hour or so that I save for the commute but generally more productive. I even manage to squeeze in a yoga session in the morning before work. What's your WFH experience?

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Remaining grateful.
I could do this forever!
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Animals are awesome and wheels are rad!
It is not turning out as great as I would have hoped it would. First of all, my kids can't stay away from my newly built home corner office and they always find a way to get me distracted. Productivity is on a low right now but I hope things will get better when I send them to their granny's . Lol!
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outdoor / fishes / travel
I agree, working from home makes me more productive rather than working in an office. You are away from the hustle and bustle of the city. You have a more comfortable workspace, and you can focus on what you're doing.
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HI MY NAME IS LEE
Product Hunter
Hi dear Charlene, I look at a lot of screens, the time I spend for my family has become too short :(
Enthusiastic Learner | People Person
Since most of my work is based on video-editing, brainstorming, and are really tech related, I end up loving doing WFH
Ya team got Zoom fatigue? Spark'n up! ⚡
I've been a freelancer since 2013 so this normal has been normal for a bit... albeit last year was quite abnormal. Pandemic WFH isn't the same.
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productivity geek
I love working from home too, it contributes to my productivity for sure. While working I have to use TMetric, a time tracker. It logs not only time but also activity and then illustrates it in the activity bars. So, what I've noticed is that the bars are higher when I work from home. I'm more productive, focused and organized at home since I feel comfortable and I can take a break whenever I want or feel tired. It was the opposite when I worked in the office, my productivity bars were low and I didn't take a break to have the tasks done sooner and to leave sooner...
Founder@Sealit - email & file encryption
Missing the office vibe lately
Seller at heart, helping founders sell
I love it and never want to go back to an office. Time is money.
Head of Content @ Reply.io
I've been working remotely since 2017 and loved every minute of it 🙌 (even the evenings and weekends when I failed to unplug and kept working instead).
Architect / Social Media Manager
Has its own pros and cons but I'm not complaining about the afternoon naps I get to take during lunch hours!
3yrs- remote worker
I would not go back to office if there's another option. I can't see any meaning of staying in office if we can complete the job using some remote work support software (AweSun remote desktop, Zoom etc)