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Tips to Work from Home Without Going Crazy

For the past few weeks, we have covered lots of different angles about the working from home lifestyle – the science and statistics, the pros of working from home as well as the cons – and now we wanted to close the series with some helpful information. For those who maybe haven’t figured out the perfect routine to make telecommuting…

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Work from home? Yes please!

For most people we encounter, when they ask us what we do and they find out we work remotely, the answer is usually one of two: I wish! Are you hiring? OR I could never… I feel like I’d never get anything done! Us Nytronians have the great flexibility of working from home full-time if…

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Telecommuting: Love it? Hate it? The 2019 Update

With several great philosophical questions that have gone on for decades without indication of a clear winner (nature vs. nurture, the body’s flight or fight, the chicken or egg conundrum, etc.), you would think that a work-related question with hard data attached to it would be easier to solve, but as we start 2019, the…

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Christmas, Hygge and Single Malt Scotch

The other day I met with Snezhi who is a master and expert in Whisky and she educated me how to enjoy and relax over the Holidays with her favourite drinks. I asked Snezhi to write down a short article about our conversation. Enjoy. Let’s hygge this Christmas. Recently “hygge” has become a popular trend…

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60,000 Customers cannot be wrong!

Too big, too expensive? One million users would beg to differ. This past May, SAP announced that their SME solution SAP Business One exceeded the mark of 60,000 customers. And to take it even further: behind this figure there are over 1 Million users in 170 countries – and just as many reasons to celebrate! Despite…

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24 Hours with Marilu in La Condesa

Thanks to my fellow Nitronians, you have all read about many beautiful Mexican cities and areas including the stunning beaches of Acapulco with Jaime, Meche’s exciting take on Mexico city, and Pablo’s vegan tour of Metepec, but today is all about another culturally rich and Mexican gastronomic paradise: La Condesa.  A day in my neighborhood:…

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