For a healthy mind, body and business

About Us​

The first magazine dedicated to helping you thrive when you work from home.

The Homeworker is here to inspire you to make positive changes that will help you achieve a happier, healthier, more fulfilling work life.

A print magazine and a digital platform catering to the modern homeworker: freelancers, business owners, remote and hybrid workers.

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Our Mission

Focusing on quality, relatable content, The Homeworker provides information and resources to equip modern homeworkers with the tools to work effectively and productively without burning out.

We aim to inspire you to make the positive changes that will help you lead a healthy and fulfilling work life.

The Founder

I’m Louise, the non-coffee-drinking, ever plate-spinning, founder and editor of The Homeworker.

Having worked from home for over a decade, I understand how integrated our personal and professional lives become when we work from home. 

As a journalist, I created The Homeworker to dig into all the issues affecting remote workers, to interview experts such as psychologists, coaches, entrepreneurs, designers, and health professionals to share their wisdom so you can work and live better.

Louise Goss, founder and editor in chief of The Homeworker Magazine.

Be part of it

As well as individual subscriptions to the magazine, we also offer corporate subscriptions for leaders who want to support their remote teams and help them deliver more value.

We have opportunities to advertise through advertorials or advertisements, and we are open to collaborations if your product or service is a good fit for our audience.

Our editor, Louise can also deliver presentations and talks for your remote team. 

Be part of this exciting new, independent magazine and hub for homeworkers.

Learn more about how you can work with us.


One of the best ways to learn more about The Homeworker, to get tips and ideas for your work from home lifestyle, and to be part of the conversations on remote working topics, is to stay up to date with The Watercooler: the only newsletter for homeworkers.

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