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Home Office

A workplace watercooler for telecommuters and anyone who wears pajamas to work.

  • Sebastian Rodriguez
    Published 3 days ago
    Making Work From Home Extraordinary

    Making Work From Home Extraordinary

    Making work from home extraordinary can be overwhelming. Especially if the proper internal and external conditions are not met. Some of them are under your control, others not so much. When I started working from home back in March 2020 — forced by COVID-19 here in New York; I realized that my business met many of those external conditions that make it a great work from home business. It’s important that you too evaluate them and figure out if working from home is advantageous for you.
  • Andrew Munro
    Published 11 days ago
    5 ways to stay motivated when working from home

    5 ways to stay motivated when working from home

    With Covid-19 shutting down much of the country, many people will be working from home. This presents a number of challenges to those who are not used to being around all the temptations at home and still need to get their work done and stay motivated while doing so. This ties into my previous post on self-efficacy which is an essential trait found in successful people.
  • Emma Williams
    Published 14 days ago
    5 Practical Hacks to Work from Home Smarter

    5 Practical Hacks to Work from Home Smarter

    For many, working from home is like a dream come true. You can sleep in, drink your coffee in peace, and work in your pyjamas! However, if you’re not able to organise your time well, it can be a complete nightmare.
  • Mike John
    Published about a month ago
    Famous Journalist Alisia Watson who writes for HuffPost Joins MUS Tech Publishers as an Editor-in-Chief

    Famous Journalist Alisia Watson who writes for HuffPost Joins MUS Tech Publishers as an Editor-in-Chief

    Alisia Watson was born in Torino, Italy on 06 January 1993. Alisia Watson early life was full of poverty but still she managed to study and completed her graduation. Alisia was graduated in Journalism and then later on Business Administration from University of Torino. Alisia Watson, since her school was fond of writing. She wrote for many school magazine and won prizes. Moreover, she also wrote in different university annual magazines and other student societies magazines and made her name in Italy for her best write up. Alisia Watson has been even nominated for the best Author of 2019 in Italy. Alisia Watson has been writing for HuffPost, Read Write and Datafloq and then later on joined MUS Tech Publishers as an Editor-in-Chief in January 2020.
  • Ayomide Ajayi
    Published 2 months ago
    Top 10 online work from home business ideas
  • Mariam Pagava
    Published 2 months ago
    Coronavirus has shaped a new future for work

    Coronavirus has shaped a new future for work

    The global pandemic has spread all over the world. The COVID-19 has affected the lives of many. Industries have not taken it easy either. Many have lost their jobs, while others had to adjust to the completely new lifestyle and completely new reality they work up one day. The pandemic is not over yet, but some restrictions have been lifted.
  • Alicia Valdes
    Published 2 months ago
    Be different.... be you

    Be different.... be you

    Since I was a little girl I always had this dream of my own place to live. I was raised in a family with 3 siblings and 2 bedrooms, so privacy was a luxury only allowed when my family get out for country trips and I had to stay because my college.
  • Tommy Fotak
    Published 2 months ago
    5 Tips to Help You Stay Sane Working From Home

    5 Tips to Help You Stay Sane Working From Home

    Working from home can seem like a dream come true. No daily commutes. No checking your phone to see if it’s 5 pm yet. And all the snacks in the house are yours for the taking.
  • Wolken
    Published 2 months ago
    How to Identify Legit Work from Home Jobs?

    How to Identify Legit Work from Home Jobs?

    Nearly 11 million people worked from their home 50% of the time in 2019. With so many professionals telecommuting, finding a legit remote job should be easy, right? Not necessarily.