A while back I blogged about "Walking the Line When You Work from Home," an excellent and useful article from the always excellent and useful online Web design magazine A List Apart. Today they've published a great follow-up: "Working From Home: The Readers Respond," containing, as the title implies, reader-submitted tips on working from home and the unique struggles involved. I especially appreciated the first section of tips on balancing work and family. It's nice to know that there are a lot of others in the same boat.
Anyhow, there's lots of high-quality tips and information in there, as is pretty much the standard with ALA. It's a must-read for any parent who's even thinking about working at home for any reason or any job, not just for Web designers.
I'm a dedicated reader of the online magazine A List Apart, one of the most valuable resources out there for those engaged in web design and development. Today, they've published Walking the Line When You Work from Home, a great article that really hits home for those of us, especially those of us with children at home, who either telecommute or run a small business from the home. It's really worth a read, especially since it's applicable to anyone who tries to work out of the home, not just those in the new media or design profession.