Although remote work may appear intuitive, you need the right equipment and to use the skills you have in creative ways. The good news is, you can develop those skills to work from home, get things done, and demonstrate you can be an asset to your prospective company.
What about the productivity hacks to work from home effectively, the productivity apps, the to-do lists, and the routines? After the pandemic, none of them worked.
Remote work can affect your mental health in different ways, but there are ways to cope.
As a freelancer or remote worker, your computer is your main work tool. So, I’ve put together a list with the 6 most useful productivity apps I’ve been using so far, along with an alternative for you to try out.
You don't have to wake up at 5 AM to be productive. Ask yourself these four questions to create a morning routine that works for you.
Do you think you're ready to say goodbye to your office and start working remotely? Read this first to find out if remote work is the right fit for you.
For many freelancers looking to relocate, Dubai may not be an obvious choice. However, the city has plenty of opportunities to offer to freelancers in creative fields such as media and design.
As an entrepreneur or freelancer, you know you got to work hard. But sometimes, you need to change priorities. If you don't put yourself first, your health, happiness, and business suffer.
Burnout starts slow, but if the symptoms go unnoticed, they can take a toll on your well-being and productivity. Learn what burnout looks like, spot it on time, and take steps to prevent it from taking over.
Not feeling your best? You can still get some important things done with these tips to stay productive and focused at home and work.