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Best Answer Joan Whetzel says
I understand that. I think that's why most people get out of the 9-5 offline job...they want some room to do the life things that you can't do otherwise.
Abby Campbell says
Thanks for answering Maximum. :)
Yes, I have been in that boat many times. Working from home is often longer than an offline job...but it can be worth it. I never thought about kids in the schedule, because I don't have them, so thanks for the insight.
Linda Bryen says
Yes, didn't think about being unemployed. Thanks for sharing.
Jenna Ditsch says
Very cool. I love the due date method!
Thanks for asking accumulate. I don't have children - only 3 dogs that are quite flexible and do not require a committed schedule throughout the day (besides breakfast and dinner). Therefore the only schedule I need is for work - otherwise free game.
LMAO - I think a lot of people would agree with that!
Insane Mundane says
LMAO - I have to wonder if I would be able to live without some structure. I'll win the lottery tomorrow and let you know.
Beata Stasak says
Vivian Sudhir says
This seems to be the most common answer I have gotten - You have a schedule but can get distracted from it one way or the other occasionally, and it's not the end of the world.
That's how I roll. I get a schedule going and can't keep it because it is too consistent and boring. I want to see what sticking with it will do for my goals success though.