While everybody else got their own perfectly set up workstation at home. Here’s mine since 2016. I work outside home 50% of the time (mostly coffee shops before, but trying to stay at home as much as possible to save $$) hahaha! I don’t like to take a pic of my table cause I go around the house to work.
I know we are aiming to share the workstation with the printed goals posted to make it always visible. Feed your mind with these goals and your actions will come naturally to achieve those. Since I don’t have a very specific goal with target dates on it and don’t really have a permanent workstation, I am sharing some of my workstations for the past years working with dgdom (Just some cause I don’t take pictures every time, hehe).
I am grateful to get this chance to work remotely with an awesome team! I don’t suffer from daily traffic, and SUPER DUPER grateful that I am not feeling stuck anymore with the 4 walls in an office environment. I don’t feel the routine of wake up-going to work-do my job-travel home-sleep. I read my journal from 2016 before I left my job as technical support for iOS and macOSx AND HONESTLY realized that I have grown a lot and I was super depressed then. You see, working with a known company isn’t really enough if you don’t want/love you do and the management. I knew then that I wasn’t leaving the company, but I am leaving the managers with not so good management. Hehehe This job has given me a lot (of course, $). The freedom to manage my own time and at the same time enjoy my life while working since I am no longer missing any family events. And I can wander places. I can’t count how many times I brought my job to beaches, mountains, and even working in the airport cause the flight was delayed.
Setting my personal goals to stay focused, be grateful and be busy enough to listen to self-doubt. ❤ ❤ Cause I know having these 3 super goals would help me achieve all responsibilities and my job for the company.
Ps: sorry for drinking while working I swear I wasn’t drunk hehe!
Okay, I am sharing this link to our team as my 1st and last #oversharing101 session to the company ahahaha!