Top 5 Advantages of Working from Home

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Let’s be real, no matter where you’re working from, you’re still doing just that: Working

So, should you work from home or work from the office? It honestly comes down to the environment you’ll be most effective in, along with the industry you’re in.

With that said, let’s take a look at advantages of working from home.

  • Flexible schedule

You can take breaks at any moment, feel no rush to hang up on your family members when they call, and eat lunch at any weird time you want.

  • Custom environment

Set up your noise level just the way you want it somewhere between insanely quiet to being at the front row of a Lady Gaga concert. And if you’re mindful of your workspace ergonomics, you can create a stronger rhythm for your workflows.

  • No office distractions

 Avoid co-workers debating the merits of crypto currency, sirens wailing outside your window, the AC kicking in as you hide your icicle tears.

  • Save money

Lunch is expensive if you work in a city or downtown. At home, you can save big time preparing food yourself. Aside from saving money on the ever-increasing price of fuel, staying at home and working allows you to avoid using expensive public transportation services like Uber as well as saving on both.

  • Forget crowds and traffic

No stuffing yourself into a rickety transportation tube, having people scuff your new shoes, or walking behind agonizingly slow people who apparently don’t know what a straight line is.  

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Nismah Naveed Bhatti
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