Previous Episodes

hiring a nanny while working from home, ep. 28

At some point, when someone who has young children is working from home, the topic of childcare is bound to come up. Should I have someone come to my home? Should I bring my kids somewhere else? What are my options? See more


change and choices, ep. 27

Michelle Zuspan is one of the many people who began working from home unexpectedly as a result of the pandemic. In this episode, she shares about how she needed to bring her work computer into her own bedroom... See more

Working For The Government From A Farm, EIEIO, ep. 26

Shawn Riley is the chief information officer and cabinet member to Governor Burgum of North Dakota; but back home on his hobby farm in Southeastern Minnesota with his wife and kids, he's affectionately known as Chief E-I-E-I-O. See more

the ups and downs of tutoring online, ep. 25

Elton Curtis has been working as an online tutor/teacher for the past 4 years, first as an ESL conversation partner through Cambly, then as an ESL tutor through iTutorGroup, and most recently as a tutor through Varsity Tutors. See more

utilizing flexibility in working through a pandemic, ep. 24

Brodie Hubbard, otherwise known as Hub, is a writer, storyteller, and performer from the Phoenix East Valley. He is also a husband and full time dad working from home since the beginning of the pandemic. In a past life, he was an English Lit major and also received an MFA in creative writing.  See more

juggling entertainment and a desk job, ep. 23

Charles Dolbel is a balloon twisting, juggling, fire performer in Auckland, New Zealand, who lost most of his income overnight due to the pandemic and quickly got a work-from-home desk job working in a call center for an essential service... See more

on routines and forming habits, ep. 22

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21Manage Stress and learn when to slow down, Ep. 21

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adventures in teaching esl from peru, ep. 20

Joe Milne has taught over 70,000 Asian students as an online ESL teacher. He's from England but has been now living in Peru for 7 years. In addition to teaching, he focuses on content creation and teacher training... See more


on parenting, productivity, and products, Ep. 19

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18your procrastination prevention partner, eric twiggs, ep. 18

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using food as medicine and healthy lifestyles to reduce stress, ep. 17

Nicole Eichinger has been a registered dietitian for 12 years who has been meeting with and supporting her clients virtually for the past 6 years with nutrition counseling sessions as well as some online courses... See more


the work-from-home e-mail security guy, ep. 16

 Dan Wheeler is a professional services consultant who has been in the IT industry for over 25 years but has focused on information security, specifically email security, for the last 6 years. He's been working from home for 2 years now... See more




15Avoiding overwhelm with automation, ep. 15

Rachelle Deem is an automation and integration specialist from Australia who specializes in helping female entrepreneurs put some of the more mundane or manual tasks of their day-to-day work on autopilot in order to free up more time... See more


high-school dropout to digital marketing expert, entrepreneur, and educator, ep. 14

Dylan Ogline has been self-employed as an entrepreneur for the greater part of his life, since he was 14 years old, selling cell phones at a profit and creating websites instead of finishing high school... See more


workology: The study of work and working from anywhere, ep. 13

Jonas Altman describes himself as a workologist, someone who studies work in order to help people do their best work. In this interview, April and Jonas talk about "Zoom fatigue" and how listening and having a conversation without always being on video... See more


projects, and podcast, and putting a plan on paper, ep. 12

Trevor Newberry is the owner and operator of Newberry Consulting and the co-founder of AppThink. With both companies, Trevor's goal is to help first-time and non-technical founders save time and money building their software products... See more

11making connections while juggling kids and work, ep. 11

 Jen Huish is a NC Certified Public Accountant working for a company in California from her home office in Arizona. Jen is also mother to two amazing children, ages six and nine, which makes work-life balance a very high priority for her! See more




conversation with a minimalist financial entrepreneur, ep. 10

Jermane Cheatem is a financial entrepreneur who is living a minimalistic lifestyle and using the freedom he's created for himself to travel the world while working from anywhere. He typically reserves AirBnB places with his partner... See more


facing your fears in work and life, ep. 9

April Malone interviews Adam Webber, who is the founder and developer of a podcast app called CallCast. Adam is currently working from home since March of 2020 and has been working with a team to develop phone app... See more


master your talk and change the world, ep. 8

Brenden Kumarasamy is the founder of MasterTalk, a YouTube channel he started to help the world master the art of public speaking and communication. Brenden works a day job in addition to his coaching business, all from his basement office... See more


april's work-from-home journey, ep. 7

April Malone, the host of Yes, I Work From Home, does a solo episode this week and shares portions of her own story about working from home for 12 years through 5 moves while going from a single woman to a mother of three... See more


keeping busy while semi-retired in paradise, ep. 6

Ken Shute is a semi-retired hobby entrepreneur who is currently based on the big island in Hawaii. He has been part of the balloon entertainment industry for 15 years; but, now that he has moved his business from California to Hawaii... See more


the life of a teleworking night shift mom, ep. 5

Angela Norlien is a full-time medical transcriptionist/healthcare documentation specialist and mother of six who works from home on the night shift for a medical clinic. April and Angela actually worked together on the overnight... See more


how to make a 40-hour workweek manageable, ep. 4

Matthew Stublefield is the head of education and a lead product manager at Adaptavist, the largest Atlassian services provider worldwide. Adaptavist is primarily a remote-work company based out of the UK, though they do have offices in several... See more


interview with a virtual high school english teacher, ep. 3

Amber Van Hale is in her 10th year of teaching high school English for a virtual public charter school in Wisconsin, and she had 5 years experience teaching in brick and mortar schools prior to moving online... See more

2conversation with a work-from-home pharmacist, ep. 2

Nicole Epplin is a pharmacist living on an acreage with her family in the lovely hills of Southern Illinois. In the past, she was able to work 2-days a week from home with just her phone's hotspot; but now that she is working full-time from home... See more


learning  to grow a business at home, Ep. 1

Our first guest on the Yes, I Work From Home Podcast is Ryan Langr, from Austin, Minnesota. Ryan's held a few various positions over the years but has transitioned more recently from being a stay-at-home to a work-from-home dad...  See more