Tuesday, September 27, 2011


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This review is from: Telecommuting for Dummies (Paperback)
With the help of Telecommuting for Dummies I was able to convince my boss to let me work from home 3 days a week. I was traveling 1 1/2 hours each way to work previously and taking care of three kids and my life was hell. Now I work in my home office and am home when the kids get back from school. The book outlined a strategy I could use with my boss and it actually WORKED! I am now a happy camper. The book has lots of other good info about telecommuting, like how to separate your home and work life when you work at home, and how to organize your time and your office. I can't recommend it too highly! It's incredibly helpful!!


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