Working From Home is Never Worth It
Rosamund Lannin

I’ve had the opposite experience. When I lived in Chicago, the whole train ride/walk to the office downtown/deal with people in coffee line/etc etc left me exhausted. I’m very fortunate my company let me keep my job and work remotely when we moved to Minneapolis; now, like garli, I am loving the casual wardrobe, dogs all day (huge perk for both them and me), sleeping in…I’ve also never had an issue shutting down and walking away right at 5. Added bonus, little introverted me now has the energy to go be social after hours, which was rare indeed when I worked in the city.

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