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Wear Pants, and Other Things Remote Workers Really Should Do

I’ve learned that creating my own schedule only works if I still force myself to be a human being

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II don’t particularly enjoy leaving the house. Nor do I enjoy not having any money, which means I’ve joined the ranks of Work From Home Nation. Now, I know remote workers have a reputation for being…




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Shani Silver

Shani Silver

Author of A Single Revolution, available on Amazon. Host of A Single Serving Podcast. shanisilver[at]gmail

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