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Author Topic: Nice forum thread discussion on the problems of working from home..  (Read 6540 times)
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« on: October 17, 2006, 09:13:58 AM »

Here's a nice forum thread discussing the problems of working from home and potential solutions:

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« Reply #1 on: October 22, 2006, 05:30:19 PM »

that thread has been very helpful to me.

Jeez, it was really hopping for a few days there,
I'm still digesting the stuff.

Checked it again tonight:
heres an interesting one!
I work, sleep, eat, socialise, play with the children, warch TV (I leave it on all the time) have business meetings, listen to music (I have it playing all the time), do my accounts, read books, build shelves, repair computers, all in my office/lounge/bedroom. It's not because there are no other rooms. I have ten children and we rent a big house. It's not even a big enough room. (If only it was bigger.)
Of course I don't change into 'work clothes' when I get up, nor do I shave (not in the last 30 years anyway). If I didn't mind doing that I could consider working for a company.

I think he ("No Thanks I'm an Introvert", 22 October) should write a book
(I need it cheesy )

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