It’s fantastic that so many working moms and dads are talking about the importance of work flexibility. But I am not a parent.
I’ve been quiet on this blog for a while now, largely because I’ve been busy working on a new project that I’m excited to announce here today.
Have you ever noticed that if you have six hours to do something, you get it done in six, but if you have three hours to do that same thing, you get it done in three? Or that the less you have on your plate, the longer it takes you? If so, then like me, you may be a procrastinator. But never fear: being a procrastinator is not only common, it’s also not necessarily a bad thing.
There is no place for a “best attendance” or “never tardy” award at work.
When I say I want to “work from home,” what I really mean is that I want to work in the environment that makes the most sense for me to get my work done in the best way possible.