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Work at Home Lifestyle . Spring  



Best places to work? For a microbusiness it’s the living room floor, kitchen table, and who knew… library.

Outside the sun is shining, it’s warm and wonderful. Inside it’s a different story— school’s out, the kids are in, and there just aren’t enough hours in the day for family and work. The long winter makes it pretty easy to rationalize leaving the office early for the great outdoors— the backyard. Especially when your office is only a few feet away. Staying focused may seem impossible but it’s also impossible to keep your business growing (or breaking even) when you’re blinded by the light of perfect spring days. Stopping to smell the roses is difficult for a micro but never stopping is worse. Looking for options?

Get out!

PROS: Go outside and work. Enjoy the fresh air.

CONS: Go outside and work. Oh, the kids are out there.

Look Out.

PROS: Open the window. You don’t even have to move.

CONS: Open the window. Hear the kids screaming.

Field Trip.

PROS: Try the library. It’s great place for all ages. You can pickup that book about SEO.

CONS: Try the library. It’s a great place for all ages, the kids don’t want to leave.

Even though there’s no getting away from the office for those with a work at home lifestyle, taking a break is a good thing. Especially if—

It’s been a hard days night, and I’ve been working like a dog. The Beatles 1964