How to work from home without going crazy ↦
We plan to dig deep into this topic on Brain Science (listen and subscribe here), but until then, here’s some great advice from Flavio Copes based on many years of working remotely.
I’m an introvert, I am independent and I like doing things alone. This post is heavily influenced by this fact, and you might find that what I say is madness if you’re an extrovert who needs people around to be productive.
The first suggestion I have for you is to have a dedicated office space. It does not need to be in another building, but it might be necessary if you have lots of people in your house. I do have a dedicated room, with a door I can close. It’s very helpful because it avoids.. interruptions.
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Jerod co-hosts The Changelog, crashes JS Party, and takes out the trash (his old code) once in awhile.
Awesome article! Another good one is @boneskull’s pro tips for devs working from home