If you work from home, you probably feel like you work all the time. And if you are one of the super-disciplined ones who can successfully walk away from your home office for a day or two (or even a few hours!), you still probably feel like your work is never done. This is one of the downfalls of being a home-based business owner — you live, breathe, eat and sleep your business.
This self-created obsession can be good in some instances because it can make you more productive and efficient. But if you don’t get a handle on the pressure of being submerged in your work all of the time, it can quickly lead to stress, physical pain and burnout.
I recently wrote two articles for U.S. Bank Connect that will help you first decide if being a home-based business owner is the right decision for you, and then deal with the challenge of always being accessible. Click the links below to read the articles.
There are many advantages to having a home-based business, but it’s not the right path for everyone. Review these tips to see if working from home will work for you. Read article.
If you feel like you’re always connected and have trouble walking away, you need a plan to take back your personal time. These tips will help get you started. Read article.