Nearly 50% of American workers now do their jobs somewhat remotely. Here are 2018 remote work statistics that reveal the state of working from home.
Whether you're making the leap into full-time freelancing or evolving your business, here are a few ways that virtual work can change your life.
Sometimes it's logistics and sometimes it's your gut, but these four questions are important to ask in order to set your freelance work up for success.
Virtual work has become my new comfort blanket when faced with a potential major decision that would change my whole world.
We all know working from home requires discipline. When I first joined Don’t Panic Mgmt, I thought that discipline pertained only to things like deadlines and time management. Boy, was I Read More
Contrary to what your child's principal may believe, freelance work is most definitely work. But for those who find their own groove, the flexibility, autonomy, and control it brings are worth the effort.
My first few weeks as a remote worker were a revelation. Suddenly, there was no rush-hour commute, and no trudging through the snow to the train before sunrise. I could spend extra time over the Read More
I lived in New York for four years, first in Queens with the best roommates a poor, single girl could ask for, and later in Brooklyn with my husband, Austin. As most of our team members can attest, Read More
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Within seven days of college graduation, I moved to Chicago and was sitting at my desk in an advertising agency on the first day of my new career. As the work began, I learned two things quickly; my Read More