• Advantages & Disadvantages of Working from Home

    ✨ADVANTAGES of WORKING FROM HOME✨ 1-you can go without jewelry and shoes and no one really cares2-you can work during the day or night at whatever time works for your schedule or short commute3-you can take potty breaks whenever you want4-you can multi-task without anyone really seeing you do it5-you can play music while you work and not bother anyone6-you can stretch your back on the floor after sitting for so long at the computer at your leisure7-your walk to the cafeteria (your kitchen) is much shorter8-you can squeeze in an exercise when it suits your agenda that day9-you can take quick breaks with your family and eat meals together10-you…

  • 7 Tips for Working From Home During This Unusual Time

    *** I shared a variation of this post a couple of years ago, and I thought it might be appropriate to revamp it now with so many of us working from home during the current coronavirus crisis. As someone who has an office on campus, but also works from home, I can tell you that it is often challenging to work from home, especially as others are working from home as well. Right now, my son is upstairs on Zoom listening to lectures from Widener University; my husband is on conference calls regarding business at the Orioles; my daughter is working on her sign language project, learning new vocabulary words;…

  • 7 Tips For Working From Home

    Many people have the luxury of working from home; in our digital age where more and more work can be done via texting, emails, Skype, and phone conversations (yes, some of us still like to use the telephone), the ability to work from home offers people wonderful liberties. However, with that liberty comes our own responsibility to get the job done, without distractions. How can you set yourself up to work from home to be the most effective? Steph’s Scribe has seven quick tips to help you be as successful as possible. 1-Shower and get dressed in the morning, even if you’re not going to leave the house. Psychologically, this…