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#1 Jan 29 2013 at 5:46 AM Rating: Good
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Iamadam wrote:
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Whats up taints, long time no chat

Anywho, things at work are going great and I will recently be joining a new department. With this new position comes the chance that I will be working from home. My current position allows me to pick up 4+ of OT a week working from home and I love it, now imagine a full work week...

Anyone else here have this kind of setup? Does the fad wear off or does saving $40 a week in gas and working in sweatpants really not make one miss the outside world?

I have been busting my **** designing and implementing a new home office (its come out pretty awesome) and now I know why people get so crazy about home offices/PC setups.

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I've been working from home for a couple of years now and I can tell you it's the cat's ass. I've been eating healthier than ever and without the commute to wear me down I have the energy to exercise. I still see my friends but I don't particularly like my co-workers so @#%^ them.

Welcome to the club!


This is is what I am hoping to achieve. I do have to admit when I am home all day I do tend to snack more (especially when stressed) I am sure its something I can overcome though. The hours are probably not going to be 8-5, more like 11-7 or 12-8. Which means yard work/errands/exercise in the AM, work a few hours, bring home little bits from school and pray to Bob she doesn't come into the office screaming about **** or something when I am on the phone.

I see myself accomplishing more work while home; less stress and an hour+ commute, 8:30 at night, kid in bed, wife at gym and I'm bored... get some extra work done (or **** whatever). I will be doing system administration for a rather large utility company and most work involves emails and logging into PBXs.
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