While studies suggest that working from home makes staff more productive, most parents likely agree that the opposite is true. Kids can be a significant distraction, and so can household tasks and to-do lists. One smart way to get more done is by setting up a temporary home office in a vacation home. Setting up your remote home office just takes a bit of know-how and preparation.
Finding a distraction-free workspace that can keep you focused and productive is essential.
Working out of the office offers new sets of challenges, so make sure you’re prepared.
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Working from home without being at home is a great way to refocus and ensure you have the space to be your most productive. By keeping a professional, office-oriented mindset and acknowledging (and addressing) the challenges of telecommuting, you can enjoy a better work-at-home-away-from-home experience.