crystals for working remotely

This past year has been a doozy. We’ve all had to acclimate to a new lifestyle in some way or another. For some, that has meant transitioning from working in an office environment to working remotely. While remote work may sound glamourous, it does present its own unique set of problems.

For those of us with kiddos, the constant distractions can make productivity tough. Maybe you don’t have a dedicated office, so you don’t feel settled or grounded. Some remote workers just aren’t self-starters, so they have a really hard time motivating themselves. But guess what! There’s a crystal for that!

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a quest called tribe… (pt. two)

Coming to Boise, Collin and I only knew a handful of people who lived in the area. Luckily, we had our kids (and our co-parenting family) as our tribe to lean on for support during this transition.

After some time at my job, I got to know my coworkers pretty well and spent time with them outside of the office. We lunched, shared TMI, went to birthday parties, celebrated divorces, yoga’d, and happy hour’d. This was my “MHD” tribe.

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