Three Pros and Cons to Working from Home

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Yesterday, I posted a self-discovery quiz to help you decide whether working from home is the right option for you.

In short, a work-from-home career is a great option for self-starters and those who have natural drive and initiative (or those to force themselves to get the job done whether they feel like it or not).

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I offer advice and insights on literature, writing, working from home, and related topics. I love popcorn, petrichor, and homemade chai. ko-fi.com/bonitajewel

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Bonita Jewel

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I offer advice and insights on literature, writing, working from home, and related topics. I love popcorn, petrichor, and homemade chai. ko-fi.com/bonitajewel

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