April Malone, the host of Yes, I Work From Home, does a solo episode this week and shares portions of her own story about working from home for 12 years through 5 moves while going from a single woman to a mother of three. She talks about how bad weather played a role in her getting her first work-from-home job and how she kept that same job through several big moves. April talks about some of the different ways she's set up her offices in her various homes, including some of the things that worked and didn't work as well. When the department she worked for decided to downsize, she reveals how a random side-gig became a full-time job for over 2 years during a time of transition.
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