Working at home

I'm starting to hate working at home. I don't work at home all the time, but I'm not linked to a company either--I've been freelancing for a while, and even though I love my neighborhood, I dread waking up and walking to the dining room table to do work.

Today I had to teach outside the home and do research for an article, so that wasn't bad, but in the early morning I had to work on something else--at home. Sometimes I work in companies, but overall, I'm an orbiting individual in the universe.

There are people who long to work at home, but I never thought that way: there were so many opportunities and alternatives to what I was doing before, so I just followed them. But now it's getting old.

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