Working from home

Not really. I spend half the time peering into the fridge for more bait.
This is true. Good thing the fridge is empty. Fucking starving though!

I'm so busy working and not sitting in a garden chair in shorts and t-shirt at all.
Tbf I don’t have a garden as I live in a flat but thinking of going up the pub for the remainder of the day and using their WiFi. Fancy a pint :cool:

How many BTPBW's so far pal?
Just the 2 so far pal, rookie numbers..
 
Its alright. Except the mrs (no) constantly asks me to do household shit when im on a conference call or busy

Im at home. Doesnt mean ive disposable time
This, it’s great overall but you do get caught up in more domestic choreage, school holidays are a pain too. You’re on a conference call and your son is on Fortnite in the next room.

It’s also weird going straight from the home office to the dinner table after a stressful day, sometimes a commute is good for tuning out from work.
 

jjarra_mackem

Midfield
"You dont look busy" is often a refrain.

Jesus h christ im run vast amounts of code sometimes it takes minute or two.

Im going back into the office tomorrow

Or "you have music on, you cant be working"

Yeah but when im in office its not a kin monastery
 
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Henners61

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Done so for the last 10 years.Pros outweigh the cons even if just to avoid the commute from Seaton to Darlo each day . Dont really have the chance to skive as we used Skype for business across all the offices in Europe and if no mouse activity for 5 or 10 minutes you light changes from Green for available to Yellow for away
 
Done so for the last 10 years.Pros outweigh the cons even if just to avoid the commute from Seaton to Darlo each day . Dont really have the chance to skive as we used Skype for business across all the offices in Europe and if no mouse activity for 5 or 10 minutes you light changes from Green for available to Yellow for away
Attach the mouse to a string and hang it next to the fridge door or a cat.
 
Done so for the last 10 years.Pros outweigh the cons even if just to avoid the commute from Seaton to Darlo each day . Dont really have the chance to skive as we used Skype for business across all the offices in Europe and if no mouse activity for 5 or 10 minutes you light changes from Green for available to Yellow for away
Pretty sure there's an option in Skype to increase the amount of time you can be inactive before your status changes to Away or Inactive.
 

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