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Today we have our first guest post from San Sharma. San is a blogger and community manager for WorkSnug, a mobile app and website that helps you find the nearest and best laptop-friendly places near you. San works from home, in coffee shops, coworking spaces – and wherever else he can get a connection! He’s […]

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Summer vacation is a lot different for my kids than it was for me. Aside from regular swimming lessons and a weekly trip to the library, my childhood summers were mostly unstructured, spent playing outside with the neighbors’ kids, watching “The Monkees” reruns and bickering with my siblings. Now, we live in a neighborhood with […]

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Loving Geeks – Unsung Heroes

Posted by on 14 February 2012

Today we have a video guest post from Maria McManus as a follow up to her last post, Geeks: The Best Kept Valentine’s Secret. Maria is the co-founder of the Leading Geeks Company, a firm dedicated to helping businesses people collaborate productively with tech people. She is writing a book called “Loving Geeks: A Nongeek’s […]

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Today we have a guest post from Maria McManus. Maria is the co-founder of the Leading Geeks Company, a firm dedicated to helping businesses people collaborate productively with tech people. She is writing a book called “Loving Geeks: A Nongeek’s Guide to Finding True Love with the Best People on Earth.” I never thought I’d […]

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Workshifting While in Prague

Posted by on 11 August 2011

Oh, Prague, how I love thee. Because relatively few houses and sites were destroyed in World War II, much of its old-world charm remains. The home of Kafka is very much the same as it was in the 14th Century. So much beauty. Old Town. The Charles Bridge. The Astronomical Clock. The Estates Theatre (where […]

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It is perhaps not surprising to learn that employees can struggle to work effectively during the summer, when there is the distraction of warm or even hot summer days, accompanied in many regions by high humidity that makes for uncomfortably sticky afternoons, evenings and nights. For instance, British workers are traditionally less productive during the […]

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I’ve always been an animal lover. Growing up, I had a family life full of pets; at one point when I was a kid, our house had a cat, a dog, a gerbil, a guinea pig and 6 aquariums full of fish. Old habits die hard, because today my husband and I have a dog […]

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Happy Trails

Posted by on 16 May 2011

Have you ever dreamed of a cross-country trip? Taking your time to go from state to state, meeting people, seeing the sites and…working? That’s right, working! On May 15th my Mom and I began our cross-country trip from Santa Rosa, CA to Atlanta, GA, for a cousin’s wedding and then we’ll be continuing our adventure […]

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You might want to steer clear of this post if you were looking for procrastination busters! I’m in the mood for levity and fun, and having done a bit of self-observation this morning of how I’ve actively avoided doing all but one of the things on my to do list, I thought I’d take it […]

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Holiday Gift Ideas for Workshifters

Posted by on 9 November 2010

It is amazing how quickly this year has flown by. The other day my wife asked me what I wanted for Christmas. What?! Is it the holiday season already? That being true, I want to go over a few holiday gift ideas for the workshifter. Please leave any of your ideas in the comments section […]

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