By Caroline Bertrand
I often get asked what it’s like working from home, and honestly, it’s pretty great. When working remotely, I get to wear what I choose, and eat when it suits me best. So in that regard, my basic Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs are met. But the biggest thing people don’t talk about are burnouts, its toll on your mental health and how they’ve had to set boundaries to be successful. While all of these things are true, I really think that anyone has the ability to work from home at least a few days of week to help grind through work uninterrupted. Thinking of giving it a try? Here’s my perspective on the whole thing!