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Remote working isn’t always sunshine and rainbows

Freelancing, and specifically home-based freelancing, is often seen as the dream working scenario. You wake up, put on a shirt, and whatever pants you have lying around (if any), put in a set amount of hours, and avoid the jostling of workplace politics; what’s not to love? 

Well, despite its apparent upsides, the answer is a lot. 

In this months Healthy Place column, Lara takes a look at why remote working isn’t always sunshine and rainbows.

For most, work is more than a means to make a living. It’s an integral part of our lives, where we spend most of our days and often where we do a lot of our socialising. Take this away and it’s only a matter of time before even the healthiest mind falls victim to social alienation. 


Read the full article and let us know whether you agree.

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