Sunday, June 16, 2019

Need A Home Office? Here Are Tips For You!

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When you work from home, it can feel like you can never separate your work life from your relaxing life. Working in the kitchen next to cooking your dinner. Or in bed. If you can create a space that is dedicated to working, you will up your productivity - because there is only one thing to do in that space.

Some people don’t have the room to have a separate office, so they set up what they need in their bedroom. A little upgrade of the furniture around you will do wonders for how you feel about the room. Using to get some gorgeous furniture is ideal.

“Success is not the key to happiness. Happiness is the key to success. If you love what you are doing, you will be successful.”- Albert Schweitzer

Thursday, June 13, 2019

5 Things Most Freelancers Don't Do Enough Of

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Many salaried workers dream of going freelance and working for themselves. And it’s easy to see why. When viewed from a cubicle in an air conditioned office, the life of a freelancer must look extraordinarily appealing. No commute. No frantic rush for the train. No nightmarish rush hour traffic. No office politics and squabbling. No boss breathing down your neck. Heck, freelancing must look like absolute paradise. But the grass is always greener on the other side. Sure, there are many inherent benefits to freelancing. Which is why so many of us could never imagine going back to the rat race. Nonetheless, freelancing brings with it it’s own set of challenges. One of the biggest challenges most freelancers face is taking care of themselves both mentally and physically.

To a freelancer, time is money, and in chasing their livelihood sometimes freelancers can neglect to make time for themselves. As such, here are five things that most freelancers really don’t do enough of.

Wednesday, June 12, 2019

Taking Time Off As A Freelancer: 4 Tips For Informing Clients

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Freelancing has countless upsides, but as with anything in life, there are downsides to contend with too. Of these downsides, the lack of vacation or sick days is perhaps the most significant. If you want to take an extended vacation, or need to take time off to recuperate from an illness or injury, then there’s no one to cover for you - which can make telling your clients that you’re taking time off incredibly worrisome.

However, sometimes, an extended break is just what you need, so finding a way to inform your clients of your need to take time away from work is helpful for any freelancer. While the response you receive will always somewhat depend on the individual client, following the tips below should help to ensure that the process is as smooth as it can possibly be…

Tuesday, June 11, 2019

6 Plus Size Outfits That Are Actually Cute (and Colorful)

Plus size doesn't have to be boring! You can still show off your gorgeous figure with splashes of vibrant color.

Below are six plus size outfit ideas that are actually cute and stylish.

Cheesy Kielbasa and Potatoes Recipe

There is nothing like a delicious sausage and cheese concoction, let me tell you. From breakfast sausage, to sliced Italian sausage, to kielbasa, the flavor is out of this world, especially when combined with other delicious ingredients--cheese, in particular.

Sausage, cheese, and onions is a recipe that I pretty much grew up on. My father always referred to it as "sausage slop" and it was one meal that I requested quite a bit. It's sinful and delicious, but being that I'm on a diet, I had to improvise. This recipe takes the carb value down a notch by replacing breakfast sausage with turkey Polska kielbasa.

Friday, June 7, 2019

Is Working From Home Damaging Your Health?

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There are so many great benefits to working from home whether that’s as a business owner, a freelancer or a remote worker for a company. You can set your own schedule so if you have other responsibilities like a family, for example, it’s easy to work around that. Most people also find that they work more effectively when they can set their own schedule and create their own workspace because everybody works best in their own way. That’s why so many companies are moving toward remote workers and freelancers are finding a lot more work because businesses are moving towards hiring people on a temporary basis rather than bringing full-time employees on board.

It looks as if the business world is likely to change and people working from home will increasingly become the norm but is that really a good thing? While it does have a lot of benefits for businesses and individuals, there are some downsides to working from home. In the last couple of years, there has been a lot of research into the health problems associated with working in an office, but people are only just starting to looking into the potential health hazards caused by working from home. There are actually a lot of health issues that freelance workers and remote workers struggle with. If you work from home, these are the health problems that you need to be aware of.

How to Avoid Common Computer Related Health Issues If You are Screen Bound

Working from home and being a freelancer might be a dream job for you, but it also comes with increased health risks. If you would like to have the time and health to enjoy your freedom, it is important to look after number one. After all, there is only one of you working in the business, and if you can’t perform, you are not going to earn money. Find a few tips on preventing serious injuries and health problems below.
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