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How to Wear a Wide-Leg Jumpsuit

How to Wear a Wide-Leg Jumpsuit

This comfy trend is more wearable than it seems. One of my favorite recent purchases is my wide-leg jumpsuit. It’s comfy, easy, and chic. With a single piece, you’ve instantly got a high-fashion outfit. It’s also a sneaky way to get in on the culottes/wide-leg pants […]

3 Wedding Dresses Style Hack For a Bride To Be

3 Wedding Dresses Style Hack For a Bride To Be

  Whether you have been dreaming the whole life to have a spectacular wedding ceremony or a simple, intimate wedding style. You always get so anxious and excited when it comes to choosing a wedding gown. Probably, some of you when you were a kid […]

Video Game Fashion: L.A Noire

Video Game Fashion: L.A Noire

From the streets of LA to your closet. Photo Credits – Steam I’ve been doing Video Game Fashion for a while now, so it may seem like playing video games have always been a big deal to me. While I’ve been playing games since I was […]

Looks on Campus: Julia – Michigan State University

Looks on Campus: Julia – Michigan State University

Simplicity can speak volumes! Fashion isn’t just about “more is more” — sometimes the simplest look can turn heads, as Julia illustrates with her minimalist outfit.  Make no mistake, this girl knows fashion — we talked for a while about designer vs. fast fashion, style […]

Author Inspired Fashion: Ray Bradbury

Author Inspired Fashion: Ray Bradbury

Stuff your eyes with wonder and style with a sci-fi legend as inspiration. via Stocksnap.io Over the course of this series on author fashion we’ve covered an author in every genre from crime fiction to romantic gothic. But there’s one particular genre that we hadn’t […]

Class to Night Out: Asymmetrical Dress

Class to Night Out: Asymmetrical Dress

Switch up your hemline with this modern style. Products, L-R: H&M, Asos, Lulu’s Break away from your average hemlines this season and rock an asymmetrical dress! This dress cut is form flattering-and a great way to show off those legs. The great thing about asymmetrical […]

Coupons & Sales: Week of 6/23/17

Coupons & Sales: Week of 6/23/17

This weekend’s deals include 60% off at Boohoo, 20% off Nike, 50% off at Nasty Gal, and many more. Aeropostale is offering up to 80% off clearance styles plus free shipping on $75+ or $5 flat rate, all through 6/28. ASOS is offering up to […]

Hautelinks: Week of 6/22/17

Hautelinks: Week of 6/22/17

This week we have the new GoT trailer, Kylie Jenner’s look for less, an ode to the statement earring, solo travel tips and more! THIS IS NOT A DRILL: MAC is giving away free lipstick for a limited time! The Perfect Beach Body Is B.S.-& […]

Top 5 Disney-Inspired Small Shops: Part 3

Top 5 Disney-Inspired Small Shops: Part 3

Where to get the best custom ears, coffee cozys, Magic Band stickers, and more. Products: Hand Painted Shoes – The Enchanted Brush, Custom Ears – Aloha Ears Design, Bambi Cozy – Sweet Cozy Cafe, Grape Soda Candle – Walter & Rosie Candle Co, Sea-ing Tee […]

3 Fun Things to Do at the Beach (And What to Wear!)

3 Fun Things to Do at the Beach (And What to Wear!)

Other than swimming, obviously. Is there anything more classic than spending a summer day at a beach? If you live near the coast like me, you look forward to the season when it’s the perfect level of excruciatingly hot to necessitate a nice, refreshing trip […]

Top 10 Best Stores for Fashion on a Budget

Top 10 Best Stores for Fashion on a Budget

Because anyone can look stylish, regardless of budget! At some point in your life as a stylish college girl, you’ll face an important choice: buying clothes, or buying books? Since books are non-negotiable in college, if you want to maximize your (few) leftover dollars, you […]

K-Pop Fashion: Seventeen's "Don't Wanna Cry" Music Video

K-Pop Fashion: Seventeen's "Don't Wanna Cry" Music Video

These fashionable looks may will leave you teary-eyed. Seventeen is a Korean boy group consisting of 13 members, with three sub-units: hip-hop, vocal, and performance. They belong to the same entertainment company (Pledis Entertainment) as Pristin, whom I covered previously.  Originally, Seventeen was supposed to […]


Work Inspirations

5 Essential Tips To Make Working Remotely Work For You

5 Essential Tips To Make Working Remotely Work For You

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Working remotely has become a mainstream trend in the world of startups and corporate culture, but it doesn’t come without its difficulties. Leaving the stability and routine of commuting to the office can sound exciting at first, but it takes a certain person to remain productive without the normal structure.

As a remote company at Rype, we’re constantly pushing the envelope on how we can be the most effective as a team while maintaining the culture we have. We’ve made a lot of mistakes and learned a lot of lessons from our experience, and I thought we would share it to help you on your own journey towards working remotely.

1. Keep a routine.

The first thing that goes out the door when you start working remotely is a regular routine. Forget to dress up for work, catching the subway at 8 AM every morning, and leaving the office at 5.

If you’re not careful, this lack of routine can lead to inefficiency and a lack of productivity. We advise putting together a regular routine that can help you maintain your workflow. It could mean waking up at the same time every morning and going for a workout in the evening after work.

It may sound ironic, but having a stable routine in place sets you free.

2. Focus on your energy, not time.

When you’re working remotely, it’s hard to know how much time you’re spending on work. There’s no one besides you that’s taking a lunch break or leaving the office early to trigger your brain to wind down.

I’ve certainly had this issue many times over, where it’s hard to unplug from work when you’ve got a lot on your plate. Research has shown that productivity tends to drop after a certain number of working hours (this varies from person to person), creating a diminishing effect.

To increase our productivity, we must focus our energy, not our time. The easiest way to do this is to figure out when you’re the most productive or have the most energy and do your most important work during those time slots.

For me, I do all of my writing in the morning, as that’s when I feel the most creative.

3. Find your community.

Working remotely doesn’t mean you have to be stuck alone in your room. In fact, we encourage you to get out.

There’s a rapidly growing community of entrepreneurs, freelancers, and other remote workers that are gathering all around the world. You can check out communities like Digital Nomad Community or CoWoLi (CoWorking Meets Coliving), which helps connect digital nomads and virtual workers in-person.

You can also check out local co-working spaces in your city in order to connect with other virtual workers or entrepreneurs.

4. Have regular feedback.

Since there’s no opportunity to run into a co-worker in the “break” room, it’s harder to strike up a casual conversation or feedback session. But without feedback, there’s no communication. And without communication, there’s no progress.

Push yourself to schedule frequent feedback sessions with your team individually. If you’re used to monthly feedback sessions, try doing it bi-weekly to see if that improves communication and flow within the team. Every team culture is different, so I can’t tell you what level of frequency will work for you, but most of the questions can be answered by simply experimenting for yourself.

5. Get face-to-face.

This one is a must. No matter how efficient or interactive your video chat sessions are, it can never beat meeting face-to-face.

Companies like Buffer, where 100% of their employees are working remotely, have a bi-annual company retreat in order to keep everyone aligned and to further develop their culture. It’s hard to transfer personality traits and humor over the web, so getting a flavor of things in-person can help bring everyone together.

This could be for a few days for a conference or a vacation spot that gets voted by the entire company. Just remember, the purpose and location are less important than the act of meeting face-to-face.

Source: Lifehack.