Perfect and can’t agree more to all the points about work-from-home, however attractive it seems to be. My office was 2.5 hours away, so 5 hours in worst traffic sitting in a small car enjoying the bumps and sudden breaks by the driver who used to fantasise that he was driving an A380. Work from home or flexible timings were not feasible and not allowed so I left that job and am working as freelancer now from home. But really missing the structure, change of people and things around and unwinding at the end of day. It’s like you can’t make office your home so you shouldn’t be making your home an office (or at least spare your bedroom). Decided to move to a co-working space now.
Thanks for your article. Kind of relieved to know I am not alone thinking on these lines.