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Home at the Office: Working Remotely as a Way of Life by Barbori Garnet is a self-help book for entrepreneurs in which the author gives readers ideas on how to set up an office in their home. She covers topics like what you need to be legal and how to manage work with the family at home. She uses photos to illustrate possible office layouts. Garnet interviews others to provide advice and inspiration. She also includes a list of books and helpful websites. There are takeaways at the end of each chapter to help summarize the information.
I thought that Home at the Office by Barbori Garnet was extremely helpful. She shared a lot of great advice, and I ended up bookmarking many pages. I liked the recap at the end of each chapter to help remind readers of important details. As a visual person, I loved the photos as they gave me some great ideas. Even though the interviews were with Canadian entrepreneurs, I found their insights to be relevant, inspiring, and applicable, no matter what country you live in. My favorite chapter concerned the holidays. I am going to use those tips, especially the decorating ones. If you are considering working from home, then I highly recommend this book. It covers many areas, including information you might normally ignore.