Ever wonder where the time goes at work? One minute, you're sitting down to make your to-do list, and the next, it's 5 p.m., and you still have two hours of work left to do.
When is a time-waster like Facebook anything but? When it's your job. For social media managers and people in similar occupations, spending time on Facebook and Twitter isn't a distraction from their job – it is the job. The trouble starts when your job description includes social media, but lots of other duties as well; when a co-worker sees you scrolling through feeds, they're apt to think you're squandering company time. In this week's roundup, we look at some expert advice on not looking lazy when you're working hard; plus, how to get followers for your blog and how to impress prospective employers online.
Working from home as a freelancer can go one of two ways -- you find yourself wasting hours in front of the TV, running errands or other distractions that take over your productivity, or you find that you are more productive than ever. More likely than not, you'll have to go through the first option to get to the latter. If you are a freelancer who works from home, here are a few tips to make your days as productive as possible.