In what feels like ages ago, I led a corporate life. Meetings, cubicles, blackberries (the smartphone kind, not the fruity kind), stifling tan walls, repetitive processes …

The 9-to-5 can get a lot of flak (especially online, where you’ll find oodles of articles from creatives who naturally shudder at being so boxed in), but it wasn’t completely dreary. I met amazing people who became my mentors. One of them opened my mind to the power of working to your strengths.

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When I mention working from home to someone who has always done the traditional 9-to-5, they immediately picture sleeping in every day, skipping out to the beach, having a spotless house, and/or never leaving their pajamas.

The flexibility of working from home sounds like nirvana — especially to introverts who crave solitary confinement during the workday — but successfully doing it takes discipline. It’s AMAZING to be home, but it’s also much harder than it sounds.

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I didn’t want to send yet-another-email to your inbox (you’ve probably had more than a few over the last few days, yes?), so I thought I would take to the blog on Thanksgiving to thank my clients for a wonderful year. I truly appreciate them, and thank them sincerely for supporting my dreams and my family.

Without further ado, here’s a list of some of the amazing things my clients have accomplished this year:

Christina Scalera

www.christinascalera.com

What HASN’T Christina accomplished this year?!

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I’m not really into the whole resolution thing. I haven’t been awake to see the midnight festivities in years. And, right now, It really isn’t worth losing those precious zzz’s that are few and far between with a baby who doesn’t sleep in the house.

This year, I am relieved to see the end of 2015 (it was a rough one in so many ways) and energized by the possibilities ahead of me.

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