The 2013 State of American Workplace Report states that workers who work remotely some of the time are more engaged than always on-site workers. Shaley McKeever shows you how to work remotely the right way.
Your Home, Your Fortress
Pick out the tasks that can be completed in the least time at home. Allot an appropriate amount of time to tasks according to roughly how much time it would take you to do them on-site. Schedule time with your supervisor to figure out what is and is not working about your time with remote work. You often end up putting in more hours than a normal worker when you do remote work, perhaps psychologically as a way to offset the fear that are you not getting enough done. You can read about it more in-depth here: http://www.recruiter.com/i/how-to-make-remote-working-work/