Aimed at those who work from home it’s still good advice for those of us who wrestle regulations into policy and procedure. Just strike the last two words off the title, eh?
Working from home is great, isn’t it?
You can roll out of bed, get to your desk and work in your pajamas or yoga pants without any stress or strain. Heck, you could even skip brushing your teeth, showering, or eating breakfast if you wanted.
And sleeping in? Well, without any commute or the need to get up and get ready for work, you’ve at least gained an hour every morning from the past daily commuter traffic drama, haven’t you?
Working from home is convenient. And for some, myself included, maybe too convenient at times.
It’s so easy to wake up and walk a few steps to the office chair — and sit… for hours, easily absorbed by our work and not being interrupted.
With no one to tell us how we look, it’s easy to even stop worrying about appearance. We can work longer hours when we work from…
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