Your urge to clean, organize, repair or cook is the way you recharge as a remote worker.

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Parenting an autistic kid made me value the flexibility everyone deserves.

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How to know when it’s worth going into the office — or getting on a plane


Choosing the meetings that matter

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Like the lockers at my favorite parcel pick-up spot, the Canada-US border is not entirely closed.

On life, liberty, and the pursuit of bacon

Strategies to help you disconnect from work in the digital era

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How to get on the same page before you return to the office

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Unearthing the root cause behind our collective meeting burnout

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An “always on” existence can be extremely draining

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Make like Mister Rogers

How do you draw a line between work and home when your living room is also your workplace?

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1. Ask for help

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Focus on results, not office hours.

Alexandra Samuel

Author, Remote Inc: How To Thrive at Work…Wherever You Are. Tech speaker. Writer & data journalist for Wall Street Journal, Harvard Business Review & more.

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