2 min read · 2020-03-11 · Three tricky words. Tricky because home used to be a refuge from work. Home is safe, work brings tension. Home is long-term, work might not be. But mostly because the industrial, cog-oriented minds…
4 min read · 2020-04-09 · Working from home makes it hard to keep them separate.
First, have a starting work routine. Set up habits that tell yourself it’s time to start work
You don’t need to sing when you start work (unless you really want to), and you don’t need to switch sweaters. But you can have certain things that you do in the same way each morning — even if you work from home. Maybe it’s putting your dishes in the dishwasher, turning off the lights that may be on around the house, getting a cup of coffee, and then sitting down at your computer. Or maybe it’s doing a quick workout, showering, and then turning to your phone to check email.
From 2018 · We analyzed 10,000 Google Home search results to answer the question: How do you optimize your site for voice search? Specifically, we investigated the role of 11 potential ranking factors (including PageSpeed, Schema, and HTTPS) on voice search results. And in this post I’m going to share what we discovered. A Summary of Our Most …
4 min read · Jun 28th · Have you ever come home after a long day at work, with a narrow window of time to eat, shower, and go to bed, but decided to carve out some leisure time at the expense of your sleep? This is called…
Revenge bedtime procrastination is harmful to your physical and mental health. Staying up a bit later to carve out some leisure time may feel good in the short-term, but will lead to some pretty worrisome negative effects in the long-term. It’s okay if we slip from time to time, but breaking this pernicious habit will result in a healthier, more balanced life.
Bedtime procrastination becomes revenge bedtime procrastination when the decision to delay sleep is in response to a lack of free time earlier in the day
6 min read · Jun 14th · High-income workers at highly profitable companies will benefit greatly. Downtown landlords won’t.
Ground zero for who stands to benefit from WFH in the near future is something like a 45-year-old software engineer who used to work in central Manhattan but now they can do the same work, for the same salary, from their living room in the suburbs
Moving is easier for workers than for businesses. But you know what really can’t move? Skyscrapers. The implications for commercial real estate could be very interesting
~12 min read · From 2018 · Amazon, Google, Apple, and Facebook are battling for the home; what are their strengths, weaknesses, go-to-market strategies, and business models, and who is the favorite? Or does it matter?
3 min read · 2020-04-14 · A lot of us have had to put together new daily routines now that we’re working from home, parenting from home, working and parenting from home or simply... um... staying home.
4 min read · From 2019 · Smart IoT devices are increasingly being purchased to bolster home, and business, security. Which is all well and good until a device management company forgets to password protect the user database…