How to Work from Home

Kaitlyn A. Luck
Find a place to work to separate work and home, and set strict boundaries so that work ends when you turn off your laptop and phone.

Find a place to work to separate work and home, and set strict boundaries so that work ends when you turn off your laptop and phone.

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Working from home sounds great in theory but can be challenging if you are not used to maintaining an in-home work schedule. Work and home life can easily collide when you are not separating the two. What has your work from home experience looked like? Does this fit you just right? Have you found yourself searching the internet for tips and advice on working from home? Is there such a thing as work-life balance? Every young lawyer’s circumstances working from home look different, but we are all tasked to figure out these questions as we unexpectedly began to work from home.

TYL asked young lawyers across the country, working in a variety of fields, for their insights, perspectives, advice, and tips on working from home during these uncertain times. Based on their recommendations, here is a list of “do’s” to help you work from home.

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