Working From Home

Working in your pajamas. Skipping traffic. Oh yeah. Knowing your lunch is safe from poachers. That’s the blissful reality of working from home.
But as anyone who has done it can tell you, the reality is a lot less dreamy.
There are no annoying coworkers snapping gum in your ears, but then again, there are no co-workers at all, which can lead to loneliness and isolation. And when there’s no one around to catch you Facebooking or Candy Crushing, it can be hard to stop doing those things and actually work.