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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.
Linda Bryen says
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.
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.
Abby Campbell says
Thanks for answering Maximum. :)
Yes, didn't think about being unemployed. Thanks for sharing.
LMAO - I think a lot of people would agree with that!
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.
Beata Stasak says
Jenna Ditsch says
Very cool. I love the due date method!
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.