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Why Keeping Records Is Important When You Work From Home

What in the world did businesses do before the invention of the computer? With so much information to compile and maintain, it must have been a difficult and tedious job. To answer the question, I am (of course) aware that they used books and ink. However, I think most businesses today would find it veryContinue Reading “Why Keeping Records Is Important When You Work From Home”

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Work-At-Home Struggle: Learning to Respect My Time and Teaching Others to Do the Same

No, I can’t, I’m working. While I haven’t said these words out loud as many times as I’ve wanted to, I’ve said them in my mind at least once a day for the past year. I know every other person who works from home says them daily, probably hourly. I left my full-time office jobContinue Reading “Work-At-Home Struggle: Learning to Respect My Time and Teaching Others to Do the Same”

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Ditching the Working Mom Summer Guilt

Summer break is here and while many of the moms I know are planning out their summer activities of places to go, things to see, days lounging by the pool and spending quality time with their children – for me, these next 11 weeks will look the same as all other weeks of the year.Continue Reading “Ditching the Working Mom Summer Guilt”

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Top Tips for Staying Connected to Your Team While Working From Home

Content Courtesy of USAA Member Community By Courtney Woodruff Working from home definitely has its perks. Being able to write this article at midnight in my pajamas after my children have gone to bed is one of them – but the set-up is not without its fair share of challenges. I am figuring out workingContinue Reading “Top Tips for Staying Connected to Your Team While Working From Home”