Work From Home Tips Pretty Printable Bundle Box
With the strange circumstances we find ourselves in this year, many people are now working from home, and I thought it would be a great idea to craft a package of printables to provide my printable fans and Homeschool Club members with some handy work from home tips.
Indeed, work from home was a very rare occurrence in the past. Only a tiny percentage of people had worked remotely in the past. Of course, we had stuff like dial-up internet and America Online twenty years ago. But a lot has changed since then.
Now, most of us have access to broadband internet, are savvy with our smartphones, and have convenient access to videoconferencing tools. A lot of us store our personal and work files in the cloud, collaborate with our colleagues in real-time, chat with our family members online, and discuss projects over tools like Slack. The way we work and live has fundamentally changed.
Indeed, I looked up some statistics, which show that:
- 43% of Americans work from home occasionally;
- 2% of Americans are full-time work from home workers;
- 82% of professionals would like the opportunity to work from home once a week; and
- 52% of professionals desire to be able to work from home at least three days per week.
Work From Home Tips – You May As Well Embrace The Technology Since You Don’t Have A Choice
Some people feel that technology has improved our lives for the better, but some people are highly resistant to the changes that technology has brought us.
Regardless, a lot of us don’t have a choice now because we are forced to work from home. Thus, we must catch up with technology and make full and great use of technology to improve our workflow and lives.
If you are now forced to work from home, don’t fret. I have compiled a lot of useful work from home tips into a nifty work from home tips guide you can print off in the comforts of your home.
If you are new to the concept of work from home, you will find yourself very lost. You may think that the only difference in work from home is that you are not physically in the office or workplace. What most people fail to realize is that working remotely is entirely different from working in an office.
Work From Home Tips For Top-Notch Work
Now that you are working from home, you will need to learn a new set of work skills to ensure that you remain efficient and continue to produce top-notch work. You will need to learn how to:
- communicate efficiently with your colleagues online to achieve your goals;
- manage your time so that you do not end up surfing aimlessly on Facebook and watching Netflix when you are supposed to be working;
- handling your kids who may now also be homeschooled and letting them know that they cannot disturb you while you are at work;
- staying productive in an environment where you could be interrupted anytime by your crying kids, personal phone calls, or home deliveries; and
- the list goes on.
In my guide, I will share with you proven work from home tips, tactics, and strategies that will help you be an efficient work from home remote office worker.
Inside Your Beautiful Bundle:
- 43 page Ultimate Work From Home Tips Guide
- 3 pdf pages of Pretty Printable Motivational Work Quote Cards or Motivational Work Quote Stickers – you can print these off on cardstock to act as journal, planner, or notebook dividers or sticker paper for some fun stickers.
I hope that my useful work from home tips can help you become a more effective work from home remote worker. The right work from home tips and tricks will help you gain more success working at home and save your time by allowing you to be more productive at work.
It takes time to become a successful work-from-home warrior, so please be patient with yourself as you allow yourself to get used to the new world of work from home. Working from home successfully does not need to be a stressful situation as long as you follow the simple tips in my guide.
Enjoy your new work from home status,
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My name is I-Ping Yeo but I write in my alter ego Ashley Yeo cos when I first started online, I was too shy to be me. Silly! Now that my whole website and brand is built on Ashley Yeo, I am gonna stick with it (cos I am too lazy to change it and too much money has been spent on Ashley Yeo) and spread some sweet cheer!
I am a previously jaded ex-lawyer and now positively charged mompreneur who founded AshleyYeo.com. Ashley Yeo is a “fictional” character who is very different from me in personality. I am formal and boring while Ashley Yeo attempts to live a bit more dangerously but within acceptable boundaries.
I produce and publish content under my brand Ashley Yeo. I produce content mainly about homeschooling, education, digital and online learning, self-care, gratitude, ikigai (Japanese term for “reason to be”), infectious happiness strategies, passion, positivity, planning, and productivity for moms. And I also share boss girl e-commerce strategies I am testing, and resources I am using, on my own small boss girl indie business.
I conjure seriously juicy journals, notebooks, planners, coloring stuff, printables, and pretty kawaii products out of love, peaches, and cream.
I am the author and publisher of the "Big Grateful Heart: 52 Week Gratitude Journal". This is one of my best-selling gratitude journals, and it was a number 1 new release on Amazon as well as on several of Amazon's Top 100 bestseller lists.
I especially love to produce premium printables complementary to your homeschool curriculum, and for your family's positivity and self-care.