Monday, November 26, 2007

The 36-Hour Day: If I Didn't Have So Much To Do...

My latest post is up at The 36-Hour Day over at Work It, Mom!, and it's about how I often feel I could get so much more work done if only I could work from home (and how, when I do get a chance to work from home, I feel like I could be so much more productive if only I was at the office). Here's an excerpt:

It took me nearly two hours to drive the 30 or so miles in to work recently. A massive accident on a major route, coupled with minor back ups along the way, more than doubled my commute, and road crews on the smaller streets taking advantage of this last gasp of good weather to fix potholes made the alternate routes just as bad.

While stuck in the third or fourth traffic jam of the morning — the final backup was a so close to my office that I could practically see my desk from my car — I thought to myself, “If I worked from home, I could have gotten so much done by now.” ... [More]

Read the rest at The 36-Hour Day, and check out Work It, Mom!, while you're there!

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