Michael Boyink has a great post with tips for working from home. Worth a read if you are fortunate enough to be able to do so. He has a nice summary paragraph at the end:
> If youâ€™re lucky enough to be able to work at home, donâ€™t make it just a little mini office away from the office. Lifeâ€™s too short to replicate the creativity and soul-sucking office environment in your own home. Work in your PJâ€™s, work odd hours, play music at high-volume, have a movie on while you workâ€”do anything just to remind yourself that by being at home your life is a little less like Dilbert everyday.
> Otherwise whatâ€™s the point?
Great post Mike.
Rogie King says
That is a great post. I am one of the few God has blessed to be able to work at home. It seems all too much that I slip into the traditional office setting and mode.
One thing I do get, however is my son running into my office every day. Daddy, I’m thirsty. Daddy, here you go (he feeds me snacks!). It’s awesome. Praise God.