So many of us believe that working from home is a guarantee to achieving work-life balance. It sounds like a no-brainer, right? You don’t need to commute, don’t need to need to waste time putting together the perfect work-day outfit, don’t have to rush through breakfast. To the harried office-goer, freelancing or working-from-home seems like the panacea for all evils.
But the truth is, work-life balance can be challenging even for freelancers. Let me count the ways.
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Finding the motivation to write a book, a post or a journalistic piece is so easy. All you have to do is read something trashy. And voila! You realize you could write something wayy better than that 😉
So, in the first flush of confidence, you start that novel. You write a few hundred or thousand words and feel elated. You take a break for a few hours. Only, that short break turns into days and weeks of writing zilch. You realise getting motivated is so much easier than staying motivated.
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