Working in the office: lots of distractions, constant meetings, phones ringing, mouse-clicking and keyboard punching, restricted internet connection, DELL PC with the cheapest peripherals, expensive food options within a 10 minute walk.

Working from home: comfortable chair, calm environment, more screen real estate, better keyboard/mouse, decent PC, gigabit internet connection, a fridge full of things I like.

Please don't forget people who are out of work and don't even have this choice.


Sure, and there are even more working people who don't have the option to work from home, either. But I'm not trying to rub this into anyone's face, either. It's simply long overdue that it's considered an acceptable form of work in those professions where it already is an option.

I lost my job on Friday.

I'd give anything to have either option right now.

@1Spider_Man @fribbledom @IronMan2020 I am so sorry to hear that you lost your job. I will be praying for you to get a new one soon.

@Thunderbirds511 @1Spider_Man @fribbledom @IronMan2020
Thank you, Thunderbird.

The person behind Peter’s account has me and that helps, too.

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