As I sit back and reflect on the chaotic year that 2020 has been, I can not help but be grateful for being able to see it to the end.
I will keep it short today.
Be thankful and be greatful that you have made it this far. Whatever you were putting off to do later, stop it! If you are capable of doing it now, then DO IT!
Tomorrow is not promised.
Although 2020 has been chaotic, it has allowed for me to focus on a lot of things that I kept putting off. Businesses were started. My autism podcast was created, so check it out!
2020 was a lesson. 2021 will be the implementation.
Have a Happy New Year and STAY SAFE!
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I have found that it has been extremely difficult trying to maintain a regular 9-5 commuting schedule with two special needs children. So, I decided to go another route and seek employment from home.
There are plenty of companies that allow their employers to work remotely, but it comes with a few mandatory rules to ensure that work will get done. You should have a:
- quiet and distraction free work environment
- high speed internet (no WiFi depending on the certain company rules)
The benefits of working from home are endless. I am not sure where you are located, but when it snows I am very thankful that I do not have to drive in it! Other benefits include:
- wear what you want
- save a TON of money on fast food and gas
- be better at working independently
- avoid office distractions
- did I mention you don’t have to commute??????
Here are a few companies that are hiring for remote workers at this time:
Most employers do provide you with equipment, but if they do not they will let you know what you need to have in order to proceed.
I feel that being able to work from home has lifted a big weight off of my shoulders. I hope this helps for you as well!