Take your work outside!

by xInd
20 replies
There are always ways to take your work outside, whether on a netbook, laptop, mobile device, piece of paper, oral conversation, telephone or just thought brainstorming and analyzing your surroundings in relation to your current project.
If nothing else, the vitamin D is good for you and helps in the long run to promote increased energy, happiness, health and thinking power.
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  • Profile picture of the author angelinebobby
    Yes .....these days people getting so much of stress because of continues work
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  • Profile picture of the author elexmedia
    Yes... working outside will make you more productive. Especially for freelancers or people work with internet from home.

    Working in a cafe or outside place for 1-2 hours will boost your vigor and help you complete your tasks faster.

    Working at home, sometimes, will make you very lazy. Go out for working will reduce this laziness.
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  • Profile picture of the author LuceMk
    yes that's right ... work out very much coveted most people today.
    especially those working as part-time workers or freelancers
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  • Profile picture of the author Freshmorning
    I like working while in train or a car passing by green forests and valleys.Actually i find some exciting titles on the go that has helped me cheer my clients and wallet
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  • Profile picture of the author namktqs
    Yes. Sometime we need get out of work.
    Listen from ourselves what things is most important with our life.
    Because, in fact there are many things that unimportant as we think before.
    Stop what are you doing and listen from yourself.
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  • Profile picture of the author Evocess
    Sooo true!
    I miss working in 6am-7am under the sun.
    Working outside for quite some time is very essential because we feel fresh and natural and keep me more motivated to work.
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  • Profile picture of the author xInd
    I just discovered my netbook screen works really well on the deck with our patio set's umbrella. Score!
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  • Profile picture of the author BulletheadX
    It's been 113 the last couple of days and more humid than usual.... think I'll stay in.
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  • Profile picture of the author Nancy656656
    My productivity decreases when I work outside because it is harder to see the screen. I also sit in the shade - mostly because of the laptop screen - so I don't get the same benefits from Vitamin D. Regardless, working outside makes me enjoy my life more so I do it everyday unless it's raining.
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  • Profile picture of the author JeniferStarr
    Yes! Working outside does help give me a little boost of energy - as long as the heat isn't so hot it could melt my computer. One of the greatest things about being your own boss is deciding where your "office" will be each day.
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  • Profile picture of the author infinityplr
    Originally Posted by xInd View Post

    There are always ways to take your work outside, whether on a netbook, laptop, mobile device, piece of paper, oral conversation, telephone or just thought brainstorming and analyzing your surroundings in relation to your current project.
    If nothing else, the vitamin D is good for you and helps in the long run to promote increased energy, happiness, health and thinking power.
    This is perfect. probably because a lot of people tend to work long hours, especially IMers, inside their room or their house and forget to go out and be expose to the outside world. It is very important to not forget this connection as it will help you to find inspiration too and proper health.
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    GO. MOVE. Keep GOING! Even with the smallest steps and slower paces, the important thing is you are NOT STOPPING! You'll get there!
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  • Profile picture of the author ebiz1
    When I need brainstorming, I leave the office. My most productive place for that, is my garden.
    I had not realized that vit D can help...thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author Mattias
    I have been doing most of my work and studies outside on my Ipad for about a week now. I usually sit out on my balcony or take my bike down to the beach so I have a nice view over the sea . The only bad result I experienced by taking my work outside is the sunburn I got on my arms.
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  • Profile picture of the author Kragsig
    Today I have been on the beach, but I forgot my Samsung Galaxy; Normally I read ebooks and listening to music on it... It's a great way to learn and get tanned simoustanely
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  • Yes this is true. Sometime all we need is to unwind, so go out and breath some fresh air. Who knows that by doing this you can think of something new and fresh that you can apply to your online business.Going out helps us release stress as well.
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  • Profile picture of the author GSX
    I agree. I co-own a sailboat with 2 friends and I go over to the boat all the time and just sit in the sun working. We installed a wifi antenna at the top of our mast and I can pick up enless free wifi with an antenna that large

    I always feel recharged after sitting in the sun and working and would recommend it to anyone!
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  • Profile picture of the author Michael Ten
    Nice. I might go record some videos outside this weekend.
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    • Profile picture of the author Mike Roncone
      Not only does working outside help, (I have my thinking chair on the deck, which is one of those swinging benches and I have more good ideas there than anywhere else) but simply being away from the "home office" helps! I find that going to an actual office, or a cafe, or anywhere really makes me about five times as productive as usual.

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      -Mike
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  • Change of environment is always good. For homebased work, people tend to "over" work. But with a change of environment like as mentioned, working outside, can somehow relieve stress.

    Our body needs pampering and rest from time to time. Let's not forget that.
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  • Profile picture of the author hyonglin
    Environment is one of the 2 factors to create your own Prime Time!
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