I'm working from home, but I feel busier than I've ever been. How does that work? More and more companies are shifting to flexible time off and a relaxed policy about working from home. That's good for us, but also the companies, and maybe the world, too. I'm more productive, and happier, and I can go outside. There's plenty going wrong in the world right now, but if you can take a few minutes to slow down your pace and relax it might help you stay productive. It doesn't have to be all work all day long. Not every day at least. Work some quiet time into your next work-from-home day. You deserve it.
Sleeping in is a waste of daylight. Do what you love––go fishing. No excuses. This blog post was originally sent as part of my new daily newsletter series, An Excuse to Fish. If you like excuses to go fishing, a new one delivered to your inbox every morning, sign up for the daily newsletter.