First and foremost, working from home is a privilege! If you’re in this position, it’s a great time to practice gratitude and focusing on the positive and other tips you’ll learn in this Guide To Working From Home Healthfully.
Many people around the world are not able to work from home or are taking care of others on the front lines in health and service industry careers. If you’re having a hard time, feeling alone, disorganized, or just don’t know where to start, then this guide is going to help you tremendously.
In my opinion, there are far more pros than cons for working from home, which is why for the past 9 years, I’ve worked from “home” or remotely with my company and our entire team!
We’re all incredibly different so it’s important to read this resource and guide here with your unique lens, same with any other resource you’re reading about working from home.
Working From Home Is Different For Each Of Us
Despite what you may think based on beautiful photos of my kitchen, or me in full glam with hair and makeup in photos I share, 90% of my time is actually spent in cozy loungewear and my hair in braids, hot tea in hand, and our pup Luna chilling at my feet.
I love working from home. It works really really well for my personality, my working style, my energy, and my lifestyle — I thrive on having complete solitude, silence, and inhabiting my own