As working from home is the way we operate, introverts are in a big advantage. While (we) extroverts have a few things to adjust to, working from home isn’t that bad once you get your footings in.
Way to many people are talking about the downsides of working from home but for this article let’s try to be more optimistic and see the brighter side of working from home shall we?
1. Buh-bye traffic
You work from home, you know what that means? Yes! You can say goodbye to traffic and hello to more money that you would have spent on gas.
2. Comfy clothes
Note, I said comfy NOT Pajamas. Dressing to work (even if it is at home) does something to us psychologically. It tricks us into thinking as if we are still going to the office and helps us be in the mood to actually tackle our tasks for the day. Dress for success and slay the day!
3. Plus one hour of sleep
Working from home saves you your supposed time to commute so you have more time for your beauty sleep! Or you know, so other things in the morning like exercise or meditate.
4. Comforts of home
After a few weeks of working from home you will realize that it’s not the place but YOU! Your mind, your perspective and your resourcefulness in making sure that you can stay on track of your tasks and continue to focus in making sure your business stays afloat amid this COVID-19 pandemic and the consequences it brings.
As the cliché goes, there is beauty all around. It just takes a special eye to look past all the chaos and take in the good side of things and work with the cards we’ve been dealt with.
Summit VA Solutions continue to your partner in keeping your business thriving despite everything that's been going on. Together we will thrive through these tough times.
If there is anything we can do to help you and your business please feel free to reach out to us at (877) 561-2778.
Take care and may God bless us all.
About the writer: Shaura Cuyan writes about all the hottest Real Estate trends and predictions for Summit VA Solutions! She has previously written for a number of freelancing gigs and writes her own blog on lifestyle and current issues. She is a Graduate of Bachelor of Arts in Communication, taking up her Masters in Development Communication.