70. Leftovers don’t spoil. When you work out of the house, leftovers often end up as landfill. When you’re home they are a welcome ready-made meal.
71. Watch your garden grow. More daylight hours spent at home means more time gazing at your garden (esp if your office window faces that way!)
72. Stop to smell the roses. Enjoy your break walking through your neighbourhood, smelling the flowers instead inhaling exhaust on a busy commute.
73. Fix that faucet! Being home during business hours makes it easier for Fix-It folks to swing by and finally fix those annoying loose ends.
74. Use every square foot! Working at home gives you the opportunity to actually spend time in other rooms besides your bedroom.
75. Go ahead and eat fish. Did you have garlic-roasted onions and salmon for lunch? Spare your coworkers your garlic breath.
76. Work in your shorts, boxers, or briefs. Less is more.
77. Save on work wardrobe costs. Stay cosy in the clothes you already have.
78. Some like it hot. Set the temperature to whatever you like. You don’t have to listen to your shivering coworkers complain.
79. Rock out. A little death metal gets your creative juices flowing? Turn it up to 11, you’re not bothering anyone.
80. No more writing your name on a brown paper bag. If someone is stealing your lunch out of the fridge, your hunt is narrowed down to your immediate family.
81. Clean your OWN messes! You no longer have to clean up after the guy who microwaves chilli without a lid.
82. Decrease your caffeine intake. What is it about the office that makes one more cup of coffee so impossible to resist?
83. Stick to your diet. You won’t be tempted by the birthday cake or holiday cookies that show up on a weekly basis.
84. We’re not designed to sit still. Feel like sitting on the floor? Work better stretched out on the couch? Go for it.
85. Live locally, work globally. Live in Buenos Aires, work in San Francisco. Live in the UK, work in NYC. ..you’re free.
86. Speak at your natural volume. Ever had people tell you to speak up, or pipe down. At a distance, it doesn’t matter—find your inner voice.
87. Under the weather? Nothing is worse than having to work when you’re getting over that cold. Home is always the best place as you recover.
88. Sleep in. Go ahead, set ye ole alarm clock for an extra hour of ‘zzzz’ that you won’t have to spend getting ready and commuting.