THE TOP CAREER WOMAN'S GUIDE TO WORKING FROM HOME.

THE TOP CAREER WOMAN'S GUIDE TO WORKING FROM HOME.

Today, I have been mostly thinking about the pros and cons of working from home, which I’d like to share.

I'll begin with the bad news:

1. Working from home can mean extensive periods of isolation, which can lead to a catastrophic degeneration of socio-personal skills. In extreme circumstances, this can mean going to ridiculous lengths to avoid human contact, such as using the sewer network to get to the post office, or leaping from branch to branch in the overhead tree canopy to avoid footpaths.


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