I Love Working From Home

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This post has stuff about a previous relationship. My perspective has changed

I love working for myself. I also love working from home. I hope that never changes. A commenter on Stark Raving Calm put it better than I could:

I work at home, with no disadvantage whatsoever:
* > I do not take the daily traffic jams;

  • I do not waste 2 hours of my day moving from one place to another;

  • I do not need to follow this irrational dress code of working places;

  • I have a window, a comfortable chair on my working place;

  • I have the liberty to work at my own time and pace;

  • I do what I am supposed to do.

I would also add that I am not forced to go to work at a specific time, nor do I have to come home from work at a specific time. I am free to move in and out of work-related activities all day long. If I have work to do I do it, otherwise I don’t waste my time, which brings me to my second extra point.

I get to spend time with my family. I love watching my daughter learn how to crawl. I love being around to have lunch with Mary. Some corporate job could never provide this kind of job satisfaction.