Yep, you read that right. That part of your day you’ve actively enjoyed not doing, could actually be the most important part. We’re not saying to go as far as topping-up the old oyster card or practising tourist tutting, no, definitely no need for any of that! However, a quick walk around the block can work wonders for the rest of your day.
by Jason Fried and David Heinemeier Hansson
This is a great starting point if you’re still not convinced about the benefits of remote working. Jason and David are the masterminds behind Basecamp, the $100 billion remote working platform — so it’s fair to say they know what they’re talking about!
“Soon you’ll see that it’s the work — not the clock — that matters.”
“To successfully work with other people, you have to trust each other. A big part of this is trusting people to get their work done wherever they are, without supervision.”
Interested? Here’s more info via the Basecamp website. …
After 6 months of being shunted out of our offices we’ve all learned some tricks on how to work from home; get a snazzy virtual background, dress your top half only and tidy your underwear off the floor before the Zoom calls start.
But what about the lunch break? At work we were used to grabbing your colleagues, walking to your closest Pret (start of the month) or Tesco (end of the month) and finding 5 minutes to rush down a sandwich, crisps and drink combo.
Surely a work from home lunch can beat that?
We think so; so here are our highly researched (an office Slack poll) on the absolute best lunch…