All posts by Ron T

Ron Taylor is a writer by profession and used to work for a Fortune 500 company, writing and editing copy for their websites. He currently works from home, writing articles for a couple of e-commerce sites, namely and He writes about a number of things like ADA guidelines for accessibility, the many uses of nameplates, and much more.

Why Companies Should Consider Giving Their Employees Time to Work From Home

Some people have asked me numerous times why on Earth I resigned from my job in a company that was considered stable. I have to admit, quitting from a post that was considered steady and offered me some security did...

/ June 7, 2013

Why Signage Designs Need to Comply With ADA Rules for Accessibility

Probably one of the banes of sign designers in the US is the need for a number of signs to be compliant with ADA standards. It is a bane for some because such rules require that these signs follow certain...

/ June 7, 2013

Where to Find the Inspiration to Get Up and Work

If you are a telecommuter like me, then chances are, you enjoy the freedom working from home gives you. No need to get up and drive to the office in rush hour traffic and sit behind a desk counting the...

/ June 3, 2013

What to Do When Writer’s Block Strikes

If you are a writer by profession, like me, then it would probably be safe to say that you have gone through hours, even days, of not being able to write even when you know you need to. Deadlines looming...

/ May 14, 2013

How to Deal with Procrastination Faced by Telecommuters

In my previous article, I mentioned that procrastination is one of the biggest problems people working from home (and even in an office setting) face. Putting off till later, or even till tomorrow, the things that should have been done...

/ April 30, 2013

The Joys and Challenges of Working from Home

Not everyone is given the opportunity to work from the comforts of their own home, and I am very fortunate to be able to do so. This gives me the chance to not only avoid the daily commute associated with...

/ April 25, 2013