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lovetoaster

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Worry about the opposite of being lazy too


I can work from home too, but sometimes it is hard to have a disconnect between work and home time. I think I probably work more from home just because it is so accessible. When I'm in the office, my mind typically turns off of work when I leave the office, but when I'm working from home, my laptop is always right around the corner.

So just try and keep that balance. It's easy to be a little lazy sometimes, but its also easy to go overboard. As someone else mentioned, I just try to keep the same schedule and habits as if I were in the office.

(In response to this post by SoCalWahoo)

Posted: 04/18/2017 at 1:59PM



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  Worry about the opposite of being lazy too -- lovetoaster 04/18/2017 1:59PM
  ^^^ this ^^^ ** -- FfxStationHokie 04/18/2017 2:19PM
  I have a cousin who set up a garage office -- MaizeAndBlueWahoo 04/18/2017 1:18PM
  Remind your spouse/kids what your work hours are. -- hokie in cville 04/18/2017 12:47PM
  Yeah, THIS. -- TheManUpstairs 04/18/2017 3:00PM
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