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Friday, February 19, 2010
Posted by Molly Nelson - Inc.'s Leigh Buchanan has compiled her list of 8 rules for working from home.  I think rule #7 is pretty smart - Buchanan's home has three phone numbers, with particular rings for family, kids and work calls. 

If you had to make a list of your rules for working from home, what would be on it?  Leave us your top rule (or whole list!) in the comments!


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