Adrina: So this is your new home office. It’s nice.
Victor: It’s functional, and I like it. When my company decided to lower its overhead by decentralizing, it gave employees the option to work from home. When I heard that, I didn’t think twice about making the change.
Adrina: I’m not surprised. Lots of people would kill to work from home. Did you have to get dedicated phone and fax lines?
Victor: No, I already have a company cell phone, and I mainly use email to communicate with the office.
Adrina: I assume you get to set your own schedule. Do you find it hard to concentrate on your work? I know I’d be distracted all the time if I had a home office.
Victor: It’s true that there are a lot more distractions at home, but I try to block them out. For me, it’s not getting down to work that’s a problem, it’s getting myself to stop thinking about work all the time! That’s one of the drawbacks of working where you live. I’m more productive, but I’m also more work-centered.
Adrina: I can see that, though I’d still take working from home over working at the office any day.
Victor: I thought you had a home office for your real estate business.
Adrina: I do, but it’s not very conducive to getting any work done.
Victor: Why’s that?
Adrina: My home office doubles as the guestroom and the kids’ playroom!
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