Working from home, good/bad?

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Norm Smith Medallist
Aug 3, 2007
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I have good and bad days with motivation but generally I've got too much work to not be busy
Same. I've learned to recognise that there are days I'm just not as productive as normal. I think this probably happened in the office as well but now, I tend to think "fine, I'm taking the afternoon off" and catch up in the evening. I've got two kids doing lots of homework so it's not unusual.
 

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Norm Smith Medallist
Sep 26, 2003
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Melbourne
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Same. I've learned to recognise that there are days I'm just not as productive as normal. I think this probably happened in the office as well but now, I tend to think "fine, I'm taking the afternoon off" and catch up in the evening. I've got two kids doing lots of homework so it's not unusual.
I like the flexibility, and with no commuting it frees up 90-120 minutes a day to allow for that even more.

At the moment I drop the kids off before 9am and pick them up at 3pm. Saves me before/after-school care costs which is a big saving over the course of the year.
 

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