Working from home isn't the laid back pajama party it's made out to be. Here are 4 easy solutions to the top productivity and work/life balance problems by Nellie Akalp of Corpnet.com!





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Written by Sian Phillips
1923 days ago

Great points Nellie. I have to say I like the solitude and struggle if I separate my workspace from home - but then there is only me - each to their own. I really do struggle with switching off though. For some, like me, being self employed means that if you don't work you don't earn and that can be hard to say no to sometimes. I'll be sharing this with my "work at home" friends. Thanks for sharing on Bizsugar.com



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