So, most of my regular readers know my primary bread and butter is non-fiction writing and editing. I write a lot in the legal tech / law office management space, business / law / criminal justice educational arenas, and I do a lot of editing. I’d like to think that I’ve done just fine for myself from the professional perspective. I mean, think about the number of people who say they want to work from home as a writer of some sort versus the number of people doing it. Read more
And yes, I know, people don’t always recognize their excuse as an excuse. They prefer to see it as a “reason.” Read more
I saw what had to be the stupidest conversation on Twitter yesterday. It talked about how people in other cultures don’t understand why Americans who are self-employed tend to stick to a more traditional schedule of 9 to 5…and how those people make fun of that. They’ve forgotten a couple of key components of scheduling strategies that remain the same regardless of where you live in the world: Read more
Very few people actually want to work. There are projects that must be done? I gotta manage my own time? I have deadlines? Oh, no thanks. I thought working from home was easy…
It really does take a work ethic and time management skills (and self-discipline) to work from home.