Every day, it seems like there’s another business that asks its employees to work remotely. For some people, this can be really stressful, and I wanted to do something to help people through these stressful times. I have over a decade of experience working from home, so I’ve started an additional newsletter to share a small, steady stream of resources and tools I’ve learned over the years. Working from home can bring a lot of joy, along with a particular set of struggles. On Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, I’ll share tools for sharing a space with your spouse and kids, setting and bending boundaries, how to stay connected with people even though you’re physically isolated, and much more.
Maybe you’ve been working remotely for years. Or maybe your company announced this week that you’ll be working from home starting now until further notice. Either way, the remote work experience can be beautiful or infuriating, sometimes in the same moment. My newsletter delivers strategies and activities three days a week to help you set up systems and habits that will let you more easily adapt to working from home or level up your working from home game.