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Your response to #1 made me chuckle. Deeper issues indeed! Although I don't dress in jackets and pencil skirts to work in my home office, I *do* shower, put on makeup and get dressed in something presentable. Do some people seriously not bother with pants just because they'll only be seen from the waist up on Skype??
Sue Horner |
June 21, 2012 at 09:02 AM
Great post! I've worked from home for 14 years and agree with #1 and #2. However, I DO need some version of a water cooler. And online activity only fills part of that need. But I don't find it difficult to meet that need through IABC events, great in person client meetings and just organizing my life to include "real people" time.
Glenna Cross |
June 21, 2012 at 09:50 AM
I do tend to wear clothes on my whole body, and don't wear sweats unless I'm under the weather.
I too find that Twitter etc. can be great water coolers.
BTW, this post was curated content -- not written by me.
Thanks for commenting!
Donna Papacosta |
June 21, 2012 at 10:48 AM
This is undoubtedly valuable post. Thanks. Will certainly subscribe to this...
Queen E. Hansen |
September 03, 2012 at 03:03 AM
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