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Working from home: coping with the challenges.

Walking the Line When You Work from Home

by Natalie Jost47 Comments

Working from home as a freelance contractor or remote employee can be a great thing, particularly if you live alone. But what if you have a spouse and/or children at home with you while you work? Every work environment offers distractions, but those who work from home with their families face a unique set of issues—and need equally unique ways of dealing with them.

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