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How to actually work when you work from home

Scene: A home office, somewhere around 9 a.m. A freelancer sits in front of a monitor. After skimming email, attention is now turned to eyeballing favorite sites for news of the day, hate-reading frenemies’ posts on Facebook and viewing a newborn otter video that WILL. NOT. BE. DENIED. Hands on the keyboard, the freelancer spies...
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