As I sit here writing this I’ve been balancing a lot of balls in the air. I’m a mother of 3 and the CEO of Social Media Explorer | SME Digital. Summers are usually a little crazy, but this summer is on overdrive. To overcomplicate matters, 4 out of 5 members of our family are undergoing at least one medical procedure this summer.
I thought it would be relevant and helpful to talk about the battle of the schedule frenzy that naturally occurs during summer time and reveal some of the things I’m doing to make life a little easier.
As a full-time remote employee, I feel compelled to put it out there that working remotely is not the equivalent of an employed recluse. Yes, a remote position is different than working out of a traditional office. And, yes, working remotely is not for everyone. But, holding a position as a remote employee still means you are employed by an organization that expects you to be productive and results-driven. There are some major perks, too, like flexibility, no commute-time and fewer distractions.
If you currently are—or are thinking about becoming—a remote worker, here are six tips to set yourself up for success: