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    I like working from home, but because at home you have no bounds and rules to follow, you can do work when you want to do. However, I am not so expert yet to work for home.

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    yes i m working as a SEO person by sitting at home

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    I work part time from home as a freelance writer and internet marketer. I like it even though it can get a bit lonely at times.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HAWK View Post
    I was talking with friends in the weekend about the pros and cons of working from home. I only head to the office once every 6 weeks (because it's in another country) and I love the flexibility that working from home gives me. My boyfriend on the other hand, finds it really hard. He likes to have people around to bounce ideas off. He goes to a co-working space one day a week, but even that doesn't really satisfy in the same way that working on a project with other people around you does. Do you guys work from home?
    Hello Hawk! how are you? Yes, I've been working from home for almost 3 years and earn quite dollars per week. there is a lot of agency who outsource people, like Odesk and Elance. you're secured when it comes to payment because they make sure that your client is verified. I also read an article from Australian Entrepreneur who also outsource people and the time is also flexible. this article might help you www.adriancahill.com/outsourcing.

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    I do work from home for 3 years now. I like the flexibility of my working hours. The problem I'm having is the lack of outdoor socialization. I always stay at home and do my work. I don't get to meet people, new people more importantly. I cannot expand my circle - friend and like that. My social life has been pretty stagnant. I am earning and should be happy about it, but there's nothing else I'm having - like a life, enjoying life so to speak. I don't know. I just hope I get to break this wall and find a way to make life enjoyable for me.
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    I do work at home on laptop.

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    Although office distraction are avoided by working at home, different distractions such as interruption from children, neighbor, friends, family may be very disruptive and special efforts should be made to make it known that you are actually working and unavailable for interruption within work hours despite your physical presence at home.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gracejack View Post
    I do work at home on laptop.
    That's nice, Grace.
    What do you do exactly?

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    i m doind SEO from home

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    Yup I've been working at home for 2 months now! its not very stressful like on the office which a lot of people experienced and I can relax easily and freely.

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    When I get home, I work from home.

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    Quote Originally Posted by conradical View Post
    When I get home, I work from home.
    Well look what the cat dragged in! It is so good to see you again my friend. What brings you back around these parts?

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    Slow day! Thought I'd snoop in and see who's here. Good to see you are. I might lurk around some more. In a non creepy way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by conradical View Post
    I might lurk around some more. In a non creepy way.
    Wow, you've changed...

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    Quote Originally Posted by conradical View Post
    Slow day! Thought I'd snoop in and see who's here. Good to see you are. I might lurk around some more. In a non creepy way.
    You can lurk as much as you like (creepy or not)

    It is good to see you around

    I hope that life is treating you well

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    I also work from home and it also works for me. I get to spend more time with my kids and attend to their needs, things i cannot do when working at a typical office.

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    I also work from home. But if you do work from home you need great Responsibility and self determination.

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    its really like a tough job working in home all day work in office after that i can't imagine work from home.

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    From 2003 to 2009 I worked at home every Monday and Friday, and since 2010 I alternate my Fridays between teleworking and being in the office. For me telecommuting is critical because:

    1. It's really tough for me to focus on coding when someone stops into my office every 15 minutes and asks me about:
      • Today's problem with his home PC
      • Which AntiVirus he should be using
      • How to use a flash drive
      • How to set up a projector in the conference room
      • Which laptop he/she should buy for his/her kid
    2. While not as bas as ParkinT, my commute is not fun. 10 min drive to the train station, 1hr 10min train ride, 15 min walk.


    I managed to build our office's CMS at home during my telework days. I doubt I'd have gotten it done without them because of all the distractions. That said, I have no kids and a very nice home office that's somewhat isolated from the rest of the house, with a nice view through a bay window of the park/pond out back.

    It's easy to relax and focus when you see this out the window:



    My work phone gets forwarded to my cell phone, and I can access my work PC via remote desktop. We also have an inter-office messenger program. So really the only difference is where my body is physically sitting. I defenitely would not have taken this job had it not been for the ability to telecommute.
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    i'm work at home as e-commerce website in fashion field

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    @cydewaze ; that's a nice view for sure

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    Maybe that's a good idea for a new competition: the view from your (home) office window.

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    Though I don't work from home but I really like the idea of working from home and am searching for some home-based job too. I think it would be ore flexible for me to work from home and efficient too. So, I personally like the idea of working from home.

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    I would enjoy working from home, but not all the time. Perhaps one or two days a week. I'd feel much more flexible. But it's good to have a reason to get up and go outside in the morning and meet other people.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pullo View Post
    Maybe that's a good idea for a new competition: the view from your (home) office window.
    or maybe just: the view from a window... to keep it broad.


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