Work Desires

Work, work, work, work, work.

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I sometimes think we devote too much time to our work. But then again, meticulous dedication drives a booming economy. You win some, you lose some!

With the aid of technology, many people can work remotely, never setting foot in an office.

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My thoughts on remotely working

I’ve been doing some freelance work which has allowed me to work from home. Working hard in style. A la Carrie Bradshaw. πŸ˜‰

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Wouldn’t it be nice to always be free to work from bed/home/exotic island?

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I was talking to my friend the other day about this concept and wondered what I would complain about if I always worked from home.Β Gosh, my bed pillows are so hot from my laptop! #FirstWorldProblems

So whatever you’re wishing for today, just remember it’s only human nature to always be wishing forΒ more.

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Question: What do you think about working remotely? What are you currently desiring?

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12 thoughts on “Work Desires

  1. jumpeatrun says:

    I do a little freelance writing too, but I don’t think working from home is great for me – i totally procrastinate!

  2. I don’t think I would be able to focus if I worked from home..but the thought of it is always nice esp on a beautiful day when you’re stuck in the office!

  3. Nancy Vetter says:

    Pros for working at home: No work distractions …. “Time for the meeting!”
    Cons for working at home: Lots of home distractions … “Maybe I’ll catch up on laundry today …”

  4. I live the idea! My husband gets to work from home some days and its the best!

  5. Angela @ Health's Angel says:

    At an old job of mine, we were allowed to work from home if the weather got too dicey, and that happened a couple times. I got NOTHING done! I totally function and focus better when I’m physically at work.
    I love that last point of yours: we’re always wishing for more. I’ve been trying my hardest to shift my attitude and be happy with what I have NOW rather than to always be chasing something “better”!

  6. You said it, sista’! I would give my left arm to work from home all the time. That would be GLORIOUS. Enjoy your freelance home working πŸ™‚

  7. I love that last line! Though I really do wish I could be working from home right now…mainly because my keyboard makes a terrible pillow!

  8. genext13 says:

    I have a hard time working on my home much less working from home!

  9. I’m getting used to a more flexible schedule since I’m going through a career change… And it’s definitely taking some getting used to. That said, it definitely has its perks like making my own schedule, not showering until noon, eating lunch on a plate and not in plastic wrap πŸ˜›

  10. Good words of wisdom. Thanks for sharing!

  11. “Wishing for more” – I have been studying Buddhism a lot lately, and this is one of its huge complaints about human nature. It says that only by eliminating these wishes will we finally find happiness πŸ™‚

    Since we have moved, I’ve been reading more about working remotely. And I do live on an exotic island, so that would fit the bill πŸ™‚

  12. Kaitlin says:

    I think it would be nice to work remotely every now and then but I’m sure I’d get SUPER distracted. That’s just my nature. When I was studying, I had to shut myself in the library. I also like seeing people in the office every day and bantering back and forth. However, if it’s an option, I wouldn’t say no πŸ™‚

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