The COVID-19 pandemic has led to a massive shift in how we work, almost overnight. Unless you are a freelancer, you might have only worked from home every now and then. In the space of a couple of weeks, it suddenly became a very real alternative to going into the office day in, day out.
But it's not simply a case of setting up your computer on the kitchen table, pouring yourself a cup of coffee, and diving in. If you're going to get anything meaningful done, you need to spend some time getting yourself set up properly. There are also a few key differences between working in the office and working at home you should bear in mind - and we don't just mean the dress code.
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