Feeling Blue? Here are Simple Tricks to Avoid Depression

yellow thinking [Explore]Being home-based may be the perk you need. You escape the hassles of commute, and can tend to your home–only a few reasons why.
 
Working from home is easily a more comfortable choice than toiling in the office.
 
Nothing is perfect, so of course being home-based has its downsides, too. For one, and maybe this is the hardest, it’s lonely. Unless you have your pets or your family as company during working hours–which […]

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5 Distractions That Are Actually Productive

My daysWith being home-based, you escape the hassles of getting dressed, commuting, and lunch rush that office-based professionals deal with everyday.
 
What you can’t escape, however, is being busy, and especially, getting distracted.
 
Distraction is the usual suspect in cases of missed deadlines and overtimes, and that’s because people get distracted by the wrong things.
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Beat Home-Working Stress With These Simple Tricks

Why I don't get more work doneAs much as working from home is the best choice you can make, staying there both for rest and for work can make you feel caged.
 
You’re always in the same place, having the same scenery and the same feel, which will definitely tire you out.
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6 Easy Tricks for a Money Fix You Can Try from Home–or Not

Top 10 Websites to Make Money Online 2014Everyone goes through a phase of financial instability, of sleeping through a grumbling stomach or of restless nights imagining waking up outside the house the next day.
 
No trouble can be as damaging as one of the wallet, especially since everything else stems from it.
 
It’s a good thing for everyone that financial troubles can be solved, and even easily!
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Why Being a Virtual Assistant May Be the Best Thing After Nothing

HR officers may be tired of questioning applicants, but don’t they know that as an applicant, you’re more fed up than they are?
 
With the difficult commute just to get to an office that you come to really love and to be asked the same basic questions you ace even in sleep, you at least think that you’re going to get a call when they promise it at the end of the day.

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Reasons Why the World Wants You to be Home-based

You’re lucky to be living today.
 
You have the chance to escape long ticket lines and trains that fill to the doors, near spewing out their passengers, even to freely work in your pajamas and furry slippers.
 
So why not take the opportunity?
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Home-based vs. Office-based: Simple Perks to Peak Your Interest

living room | working (01)When you think about it, office-kept professionals, with their freshly pressed pants, busy cubicles, and free for all coffee, aren’t the only ones who can step up corporate ladders to success.
 
That is true especially nowadays.
 
It has been realized that there is another, even better space that gives you a perfect excuse not to drag yourself to the office, and stay at—home.
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Total Techie? Here are Top Companies Looking For Remote Workers Like You

The value of remote working has already been realized by the biggest companies of the world.
 
If you’re dreaming of working with the best thinkers of the new age, or carrying the name of a highly esteemed brand, you may have a bigger chance of getting it now than you did before.
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Things that Are Super at Distracting a Remote Worker from Work

DistractionBeing a remote worker, there are certain special perks that you get to enjoy while working at home versus your office-based counterparts.
 
Few of those are: the freedom of being in your most informal of outfits, waking up five minutes before time in (yeah, like you have that), and multi-whatever-task you just really want done.
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How to Write a Resume Like a Rockstar

rockstar employeeIt will be an understatement to say that your resume is important in landing your dream job (or just any job) as human resource representatives and employers rely primarily on your resume to pre-evaluate you.
 
Your resume contains what you can offer to the company. Basically, your resume serves as the first impression you make on your possible employer.
 
So, you have to make that first impression count!
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