Oh, working from home, so comfortable and easy. Well… not quite!
If you think that working remotely means working from the couch in front of the TV with a snack in your hand, forget about it! It’s true that it has several advantages, like skipping morning traffic, avoiding getting all soaked in a rainy day or, my favourite, working from a terrace in a beautiful day. But, on the other hand, it means that you have to work harder to stay in tune with your colleagues, hoping they will be willing to cope with you in order to overcome some “distance-caused” obstacles. And there’s also the loneliness issue to face. In other words, working remotely is not for everyone.