Working From Home is Never Worth It
Rosamund Lannin

I had a job that was full-time work from home for me, and that was a bit too much for me — I lived along and some nights if I didn’t have plans, I would end up going to the grocery store just to have some human interaction. Right now I do a mix of working at the office (when I’m actually in town) and working from home and it works out pretty well. I’m moving to another continent next year but will keep working for the same company, so am thinking about trying to find a good co-working space to go to once or twice a week since I already know FT works from home makes me crazy.

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