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February 25th, 2003
09:12 am


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Working from home
Okay, I've determined that I'm much more efficient working from home. Basically, the difference is that, from home, I can record work time as work time, and I cna take breaks whenever I want them, and I don't record that as work time. At work, I'm stuck there for the duration, and I don't count my breaks as non-work time, because I don't want to be stuck there longer. So, me working from home works out better both for me and for the company. I think I'm going to try to work from home at least one day per week. And, if I am doing more of the kind of stuff I'm doing and get completely off my old project, I could work from home several days per week.

Just did an hour and 40 minutes. And I've only got like an hour of work left to get done what I wanted to get done today, so I'm going to be able to get even more done. Definitely time for a break. I'm not sure if I'll work more than a full day, but we'll see. I know I don't want to get into any programming or anything like that right now, because it'll be too easy to get sucked in for a long period of time. I'll grab some water, possibly some food, and sit and read my book for a bit. If I end up getting sucked into that, it's okay because I'm close to the end.

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Date:February 25th, 2003 06:23 am (UTC)
That first paragraph reminds me of a Dilbert that says pretty much the same thing (I'm sure you could find it far more easily than I could).
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