It’s now been about 4 months since I started my new life as a remote worker. To be quite honest, it’s been pretty great: traveling, no commute, making my own hours, etc. And yet, at the same time, I’ve been able to experience some of the realities of this way of life. So in today’s post I thought I would address some of the Myths (and truths) about remote work. Before we get started, however, I’d just like to say that I’ll be tackling these myths from the point of view of a remote worker. This whole conversation will be about how remote work affects you personally, rather than how it affects a company. With that being said, let’s dive right in. Is Remote Work Lonely? Myth: Working remotely means you’ll have a lot less company. Truth: Working remotely means your company is going to be different. This particular aspect…
By now it’s been about a month since the last post that I released on this blog. And, if I may be allowed to be totally honest, that’s too darn long.
It’s been a month packed with experiences adjusting to a new life in a new place. A month getting back in touch with old acquaintances. And a month that allowed me to finally celebrate fulfilling the goals I set out for me this year.
Except the Corgi. But we’ll get to him later.
Yet, such a lengthy celebration kept me from writing. Which is not amazing, because writing is one of the things I enjoy the most in this day and age.
However, taking a month off gave me some interesting life perspective. Which I’m compiling into next week’s post called ‘Remote Life – Work Balance’.
And it also got me to think about the reasons for which I write this blog. Which I’m going to be sharing today. It’s a little bit personal so, if that’s not really your thing, you’ve been warned.
But if you’re interested, let’s talk about it: