Working at Home

Working at Home

I miss walking into an office and rolling out of bed at 7AM to get to work … and doing a job I enjoy. Having to study right now really sucks.

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  1. Work and school have their definitive pros and cons. With work, you don’t have “homework” and the biggest thing is you’re getting paid. At school, you have more freedom with your time management – and and aren’t locked into huge blocks of time needing to be at your office desk.

    The one thing that robs you of joy in BOTH work and school are deadlines that require overtime effort to complete and mean late nights and weekends will spent trying to keep pace or catch up. =)

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