Last year, out of the blue, my significant other got a job offer in Southern California that he couldn’t refuse. He asked if I wanted to move and I thought, “Why not? I only live once.” Besides, I looked deep inside and knew I’d regret it if I didn’t go—but that’s a different blog post for a different site.
The problem was, I loved my job, loved working with my new boss, and enjoyed my co-workers and the creative team I managed. I didn’t want to leave my job. I was thrilled that my boss felt the same way. He said he didn’t want to lose me and he would try to make a remote arrangement work.
It’s been over a year since I went remote and I now consider myself a semi-expert on the entire remote working gig. At the very least, I can offer up lessons learned to help you, the next remote worker, who is looking for practical advice on how to make working off-site a positive, productive experience.
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