Staying home? Beware of this:
Here’s a social distancing tip you may not have considered until you’ve spent at least 24 hours in lock-down in your own home.
Maintain a distance of 6 meters between you and:
- The fridge
- The kitchen cupboards
- The pantry
- The normal emergency food stash
- The apocalypse emergency stash
- The car emergency stash
- The kids school lunch snack stash
- The kids own secret candy stash
- The birdseed/pet kibble/dog treats stash…
Continue reading “Staying home? Beware of this…”
In order to overcome my feelings of annoyances over the past few days, I have decided to keep a running list of opposites. So, instead of focusing on what annoys me (rest assured, plenty is), I will simply type out something positive to focus on instead.
Sound good? Hope it works. 😛 Continue reading “Annoyed much? How to cure your bad mood, part 1”
Many of us have opportunities to work from home either because we are employed with that flexibility built in, self-employed in a home office, or freelancers.
But with this opportunity comes a catch. Because all ideals like this usually have some sort of a catch. The catch often comes down to this:
Preparation and Organization
For most of us, I think it comes down to a combination of both. There are days when I marvel at my own organization and advanced preparation skills. Other days, not so much.
Mindfulness and focus is key here. (Until the family wakes up. Ha.)
So, since I’m on a roll here with words tumbling out of my mouth, I thought I might as well jot down my ideal work day from home and compare it to my actual work day from home. Continue reading “Ideal vs Reality – working or writing from home”