Working in an office is inferior to working at home


I can say with confidence that however I have no idea what I want to be when I grow up, I legitimately don’t want to do it in an office.

I’ve only learned this recently, after having left my cushy state task for a less luxurious position working from house for independent companys.

Sure, I don’t have a salary or benefits anymore, however I also don’t have to deal with the hassle of getting up in the day and commuting to work. Beyond that, my workspace is now perfectly customized to my own personal preferences. It seems insane, but I’m so blissful to have control over the control component during my workday. I previously worked in a crucial institution with the most overwhelming air conditioning I’ve ever experienced. Between the months of May and September, the building is kept at such a low air temperature that it feels more like a refrigerator than an office building. I would sit and shiver at my desk all afternoon, trying to stay hot in the powerful AC. The ventilation system was so well planned and powerful that there was nowhere to escape from close proximity to air vents, so there were drafts from every direction. The temperature settings were clearly designed for people with warmer blood than I… Now I can stay house and adjust my control component with the click of a button – I don’t even have to get up from my desk because my friend and I have a smart control unit! I can finally stop shivering and learn to be comfortable while I work!



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