Yes, my routine has changed over time as the more I have worked, I find out quickly what suits my customers best and my own body clock.
As much as possible, I plan to work office hours nowadays and take my weekends off. With time you become established, and you then put a time plan together that lets you enjoy the benefits of working remotely even more.
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I like to start working as soon as I wake up to check a few things off my list, but wake up time varies because I don’t set an alarm.
Basically, when I’ve hit my hours for my full-time job or when I’ve completed the writing project I was working on, then I know I’m done.
This is where flexibility with the whole week comes in handy. I don’t necessarily work for eight hours a day for five days a week. I prefer to spread my work over six days so each day is a little less packed. Other people definitely like the opposite (more hours in less days), but this is what has been working for me lately.
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