Why I Left My 9-5 Job to go Remote (and What I Learned)

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If you're like me, you've probably been thinking about leaving your 9-5 job behind for a while now. And if you're like me, you're wondering what the heck you're going to do when you actually make the leap. Well, I'm here to tell you that it's not as scary as it seems, and in fact, it's one of the best decisions I've ever made. In this post, I'll outline everything I learned about working remotely and why I think it's the future of work. So if you're curious about the same thing, read on!

For the last few years, I have been working a 9-5 job. I have been doing the same thing, going to the same place, for the same amount of time every day. I have been doing this because it pays the bills and I am secure in knowing that I have a job. I am secure in the knowledge that I have a steady income. But lately, I have been thinking about changing my life. I have been thinking about the fact that I could be doing something else with my time. I could be doing something that would be more fulfilling.

I have been thinking about the fact that I am in a position where I can choose to do something else. I am not limited by my job. I can leave my job whenever I want. I can do something that would be more interesting and exciting. I can be my own boss. I can control my own life.

I have decided to leave my 9-5 job and go remote. I am not sure what will come next for me, but I am excited about the possibilities. I am excited about the prospect of doing something else with my time. I am excited about the prospect of finding a more fulfilling career. I am excited about the prospect of living a more exciting life.

I decided to leave my 9-5 job to go remote because I am excited about the possibilities. I am excited about the prospect of doing something else with my time. I am excited about the prospect of finding a more fulfilling career. I am excited about the prospect of living a more exciting life.

Remote work can be a great way to escape the rat race and build your own career. It can also offer some amazing benefits, such as increased flexibility, more time for yourself, and better working conditions. Here are five reasons why I left my 9-5 job to go remote:

 

1. Increased Flexibility

With remote work, you are in control of your hours and can schedule them around your life rather than being stuck at a regular office with rigid deadlines that often clash with family commitments or other activities you enjoy. Remote working is also easier to maintain than commuting for several hours each day and allows you to have more flexible work hours so you can better balance your professional and personal life while maintaining productivity and keeping a healthy lifestyle to reduce the risk of stress-related illness, obesity and diabetes, as well as mental health issues like depression and anxiety (which are on the rise in our society).

 

2. More Time for Yourself

A big reason many people choose remote work is because it allows them to spend more time on their own pursuits outside of work. This includes traveling, spending time with friends and family members; pursuing interests outside of work¦the list goes on! By choosing a remote-first company that makes the majority of its revenue from selling software to other businesses, you can still have all these things but without any of the office politics or social expectations that come along with working in an office setting (i.e. going out for drinks after work). You'll be able to set your own schedule and not feel like you are sacrificing any benefits by working remotely “ everyone wins!

 

3. Better Working Conditions

The working conditions for remote employees can be far more favourable than those who work in the office, since they are not subject to the same stressful aspects of office life, such as excessive noise, crowded offices, and long hours. Most remote workers report having better working conditions than those who remain in traditional offices due to the lack of noise levels (or any other distractions), improved mental well-being from not feeling under pressure all the time ,and greater workplace productivity thanks to fewer interruptions .

 

4. Work Life Balance

Working remotely can be a great way to keep your work life balanced, and it can also give you the opportunity to travel. However, you may need to make some adjustments as far as how often you contact clients or what days of the week you are available for calls or meetings if you don't want them to feel like they have to plan their entire day around when you will call or meet with them from afar (and if you don't, you'll get stuck in that loop of constantly planning). It is important to be flexible, but also remember that you're still accountable to your client for the work you complete in addition to your reputation online.

 

5. Increased Satisfaction

Remote employees often report higher levels of satisfaction with their jobs because they don't have daily frustrations caused by geographical barriers or interpersonal conflicts. Telecommuting also reduces the cost of travel and provides a lower-stress environment for many workers who struggle with time management problems or frequent traffic jams on the road to work each day. Additionally, remote employees tend to spend more time on a single project, so they are able to develop deeper relationships with their clients and supervisors, which lead to higher levels of job satisfaction

Leaving my 9-5 job was definitely the right decision. I am happier, more fulfilled, and have greater flexibility in my life. I am able to spend more time with my family and continue to develop my career. I would highly recommend everyone to leave their 9-5 job and take the plunge into the unknown.

I have shared my own experiences along the way. Do you have any comments or insights about this topic? We would love to hear from you. Meanwhile, stay tuned for more blog posts about different topics that will help you achieve your objectives in life!


By Florence

florencedaudi@gmail.com

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