10 Comments to Twack Says Is Working From Home A Good Thing ?

  1. Hey Twack, A nice piece of writing on if Working from Home is a good thing. It’s very creative and I can relate to 90% of the routines you mention. I can’t wait for your article on what working at home looks like 🙂 I think if I was working from home I would still need a routine to get me moving in the morning, what do you think?

    1. Hi Marvin, thanks for stopping by and taking the time to leave a few kind words. You’re right though, having a routine is paramount but even then you still have to motivate yourself to follow it. I guess it’s two-fold. You need to remember why you’re doing what you’re doing in the first place. If you have a desire, or goal to work from home because the alternative is an unpleasant thought, then use that as a ‘stick’ in the mornings. Secondly, it’s about creating a habit. As we know, a habit can be hard to stop. Well, it can be equally hard to get going. The good thing is that after doing the same thing for a few times it will get easier. Have a look at the next installment just to see how good working from home could really be. 

      Twack Says Working From Home Is A Good Thing (Directors Cut)

      Be well.

      Twack Romero

  2. Hi Twack,

    Really enjoyed the blog, from someone who has worked in the office and combined that with working from home over the years, there are many challenges that are faced and need to be negotiated in order to succeed in your role if you do have the freedom of working from home.

    To a degree, working from home lets you escape the rat race, the work commute, which can be a frustration worth avoiding to start any day.

    No better way than finding a work from home for yourself opportunity.

    1. Hi Shane, appreciate your time in commenting, nice one. It’s one of those, you have to weigh up the pros and cons. You are right though, there are always going to be challenges it’s just up to us to negotiate our way through them.

      Be well.

      Twack Romero.

  3. From this post, I can say that the stress of working away from home is pretty high. I agree with that point although it might not be that way for some people but the fact is that majority of us get intensely stressed out due to our daily work routine outside our homes.

    I have personally lived both lifestyles of working from home and away from home and the fact like was mentioned in this post is that they both have their advantages and disadvantages.

    Everyone has their own opinion so while one person might like working from home there is a good chance that the next person won’t.

    It all has to do with the type of lifestyle one is intending to live. 

    1. Hi Jay, thanks for dropping by with your thoughts. I think the percentage might be slightly weighted towards those who would prefer to work from home. You are right though, in that it might not suit everyone. There are those who like the structure that is provided in most workplaces, there are no real variables. At home, you never know when your mobile phone is going to ring. On the other hand, if it does, you don’t have to worry about answering it.

      Be well.

      Twack Romero.

  4. Twack, I always tell people work from home if you can. I mean, I go through that very similar routine every morning hoping to some day arrive at my definitive destination. Working around 30 hours a week from home. However its been a harsh reality of bosses in your face and claimants on the phone along with co-workers on you as well, even having to be on other co-workers for the things they don’t do well either. Not to add too much to that, the daily grind is a challenge, and keeping your head in the game and trying to work your way even with just a side money income is tough. Some day I hope to be rewarded like thousands of others. Thanks for the humorous read as well. 

    1. You’re welcome Andrew. Navigating the workplace on a daily basis can be stressful. Having to do it, day in and day out, can become debilitating. Finding a genuine alternative to the daily grind has never been easy. Luckily, I found Wealthy Affiliate which does give you the opportunity to change your own life for the better and you can try it for free, which is a bonus.

      Be well.

      Twack Romero.

  5. Thank you for sharing your thoughts. People may consider earning from home who don’t like 9 to 5 pm jobs. That’s the reason I joined the wealthy affiliate platform last month. I am a new affiliate marketer and still learning things over here. I wish I can make the best out of this site. Thank you for the article. 

    1. You’re very welcome. Looking for ways to get out of the ‘nine to five’ is not always easy. I’m really pleased that you found Wealthy Affiliate. If you’re looking for an alternative to the 9-5 and a chance to succeed online then you are most definitely in the right place. I wish you huge success Fahim.

      Be well.

      Twack Romero

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