1st working from home experience

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First Day Working From Home

First time in the history that people are not afraid of Monday

I am sure I don’t have to state why I am working from home at the moment. If you are curious, just ask me in the comment below.

(I start work at 9) Usually, I get up, most of the time, at around 6:30 in the morning. I typically cook my lunch after I get up then get myself ready to go to work. My workplace isn’t too far from my apartment (actually it’s a rent room) – it takes me around 20 minutes – so I have to leave home at 8:20. BUT there is something strange this week, I don’t have to leave home.

I’m working from home. This is how my first day was like:

Before telling you what happened on the first work-from-home Monday, I want to let you know how I felt on Sunday night. It was such a relaxing night – I felt like the day after was a holiday. Unlike before, my mind was just relaxed, and I didn’t even think about the super annoying time being stuck in the traffic jam. However, I did not go to bed late.

Monday morning…

It was 6:45 as I looked at my phone when I woke up. Different from other mornings (You know that I prepare my lunch in the morning), that Monday I wrote an article instead. After about 1 hour, I posted the article, went downstairs to grab breakfast, took a shower, and finally started to work. Everything went smoothly even I was a bit annoyed by the noises made by the two under-construction buildings next to my apartment. At lunchtime, I started cooking.


It took me around 40 minutes to finish cooking, so I didn’t have enough time to take a nap – I usually take a nap in the office after lunch. I finished my lunch, cleaned things up, retook a shower, and went back to work. Although the working environment wasn’t comfortable enough, I was chilled listening to my favourite songs 🙂 I was happy and relaxed though.

Do I like working from home (based on my first-day experience)?

Yes, Indeed. The first reason is that I don’t have to commute from one to another place. That saves time and money. Also, I don’t have to wear any special clothes (we don’t have a uniform at work, but you know we have to dress appropriately anyway). That first Monday, I wore a short, and I was shirtless :). The best part is that it’s easier to lay down and move around whenever I want to take a short break. Can I do these things at the company? Yes, sure. But I just cannot sleep when my surroundings are working. That looks absurd!

Between working from home and in an office, which one do I prefer?

I enjoy the comfortable chair and desk, free coffee, and the aircon room at the office, yet I love the work-from-home side as it makes me feel more relaxed. Anyway, social interaction is another staple we need to think of.

You might also want to read: 15 great life lessons we can learn from Video games

How about you?

How was your first day working from home? Do you have anything to tell others? Please share it below!

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