Working at home
Part of me fears writing this post because two of the people who read this blog live in my building and I don’t want them to look at me weird or keep their distance as a result, but I try to promote openness here at Full Circle, so here goes:
Working at home is bad for personal hygiene.
Working at home can totally mess up a normal routine of getting up and getting ready for work. If you’ve had a late night, the impetus to get up and take care of normal hygienic things prior to starting work in the morning just isn’t there. I know I should be better about it if for no other reason that my wife’s well being, but well, there ya go.
Do with that what you will.
p.s. When discussing this with Steph, she did say that perhaps now I better understand what she goes through since she stays at home all day with 2 wee children…