How to measure the days when you work from home #Human Resources#working from home January 27 | Ariel Meadow Stallings offbeatbride OH YOU KNOW IT'S A GOOD DAY NOW! By: Plat – CC BY 2.0 GOOD DAYS: Shower Wear a bra Leave the house No internet drama to deal with Speak face-to-face with someone other than immediately family GREAT DAYS: Good day plus… Exercise Make-up See a friend Gentle inebriation THE BEST DAYS Great day plus… Social gathering! Marital relations Unexpected mail/package/gift Reporter Name * Reporter Email * Original text Enter the original text here. Edited text* Enter your suggested copyedit here. Notes You can add a note for the editor here. * Required information. Fix Typo Ariel Meadow Stallings Author of Offbeat Bride: Creative Alternatives for Independent Brides, Ariel acts as the publisher of all the Offbeat Empire websites. She lives, loves, and dorks out hard in Seattle, WA. PREVIOUS The deep value of gathering with remote staff NEXT Why blog commenter over-sharing is ultimately a publisher's problem Show/Hide comments [ 6 ] Gad, another lesson in "the grass is always greener." Just one day I'd love to be able to head to work without a bra. (And without anyone judging me.) Bad days: Leave chair you sat down in to check your email at 5am exactly three times before night. Two of those times are bathroom breaks. The third time is to get the pizza when it arrives. Yeah, I've been there. 1 agrees With the exception of "leave the house" and "wear a bra" those categories apply to my job working outside my home as well. I don't care who you are – marital relations, a party and presents equal a DAMN FINE DAY. As someone who works from home, I totally agree with all of these. as a worker from home now as well… i'm finding more and more ways to go braless and still feel *refreshed* and pretty when i leave the house. The key for my wardrobe is great supported tank tops…with rainbows. Otherwise, I hide my *not so dapper self* in a huge hoodie…cause u know, itz cold here in TX. 😛 now. I'm a Contractor in a Social Work field, so I do get to leave my house and meet new, interesting people all the time, but I have to measure mine in terms of boundaries, which is what your list ultimately sounds like (i.e. – I did things for myself and my family, not just for my job!). Not working after a certain time of the day/having intentional interactions with others outside of work and family are always at the top of the list. Comments are closed.