Because I’m a freelance editor, I get to work at home. This means that I can set my own hours, I don’t have to fight rush-hour traffic, I have no noisy office mates (except when my dear husband decides to work at home), and I don’t have to follow a dress code. On snowy days like today, that’s particularly welcome! (Note to self: Remember to tell the kids to shovel the walk after school.)
6 thoughts on “Why I’m a Spoiled Brat—#3”
Now you’re taunting us office working stiffs, Ann. I’m sitting at my desk in my under heated office wishing I were at home in my warm jammies and slippers. And your view is much better than my cubicle wall 🙂
You are definitely taunting the working stiffs. 🙂
I would really like to not be working for a corporation right now. A small company or freelancing, doing what I love… KNITTING.
Or working with yarn, or something.
Design, graphic design. Something arty.
Well, at least I can get away with wearing my Chucks to the office and not get yelled at too much.
I too stayed jammied up until after lunch hour. heh heh
I think Francesca might offer some sort of ad fee for you posing with such comfy boots/slippers. After all no ????? were harmed in making the “fleece” for those warm linings:)
HA HA I got the same slipper boots for Christmas. I love them!
I’m a freelance art director in publishing, also work from home. Home, for me, is a modestly-sized sheep farm in northwestern Massachusetts. I love working at home, and it would be hard to go back to an office environment.
But…once in a rare while, I miss being in an office setting. I must be crazy!
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