“You work from home? Wow! I wish I could do the same.”
If I had a quarter for every time I heard someone tell that to me, I wouldn’t be rich, but I would definitely have enough rolled up quarters to buy myself a stay at a Hilton hotel for a week.
Working from home is often romanticized as the ideal working experience.
You rarely have a boss to tell you what to do and when to do it. And if you do, you never have to face him in person.
Then you can set your own hours, work whenever you feel like it, and NOT work whenever you feel like it, too.
With a laptop, you can work anywhere — lying on your bed in the most comfortable way you can (which I do regularly), in your home office, on your kitchen table, outside on the patio, or with you laptop popped open underneath a coconut tree on some exotic island somewhere.… Read More »