Working Naked®

There are always two parts to a story, and how I came up with the name Working Naked for my website is no exception.

The first part is that when you start working from home, you’re stripped of any support you may have had in your corporate job, including an administrative assistant, technical staff and co-workers to help you brainstorm. In other words, you’re left naked.

The second part is that when I asked home-based business owners about their work-from-home habits, several of them told me that they work in their undies. They explained that they get out of bed, grab a cup of coffee, check e-mails, and then two hours later, they’re still sitting at their desk working. So working “almost” naked is a good way to describe this interesting way to work.

Whether you’re a seasoned home-based business owner or you want to work from home and don’t know where to start, you’re on the right site. On Working Naked® you’ll learn proven techniques to improve the way you work from home, including productivity tips, ways to save money, tips for improving your website, marketing and PR advice, how-to videos, useful product reviews, and more.

As you learn about new home office products on the Bare Essentials page, check out photos of beautiful and functional home offices on the All Dressed Up page, and read other blog posts on this site, feel free to comment, give suggestions and join the Working Naked community.

—Lisa Kanarek

About Lisa

Lisa Kanarek is one of the nation’s leading home office experts and the author of five books, including Organize Your Home Office for Success and Working Naked: A guide to the bare essentials of home office life. She has been featured—as an author and in interviews—in hundreds of publications including The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Newsweek and Entrepreneur, and has shared her expertise on several national programs, including Good Morning America, CNN Financial News, and CNBC, among others.

As one of only a few home office experts who is also an interior designer, Lisa combines her organization and design skills to create hard-working, productive home offices around the country.

Lisa is also the founder of HomeOfficeLife, a consulting firm that advises home-based business owners on all aspects of working from home including home office set up, function, productivity and technology, and is founder of this blog. She provides training programs to corporations with employees who currently work from home or are transitioning from a corporate office to a home office.

Click here to find out more about how Lisa can help you change the way you work from home.