well otherwise I’ll just end up working a shit-ton and I’m not actually doing. You know I’m actually handling the social side that makes me happy and makes me fulfilled and keeps me working for a very long time you know other than that like remote is the last thing. I’d really say about remote work it’s not the end-all-be-all it’s not for everyone like. I’ve really grown to love it.
I love the freedom of flexibility but it’s important to understand that’s not for everybody the concept that you can just you know wake up and your pajamas to start working sounds really good but at the end of the day work is work.
And if you are the type of person who can’t enforce hard boundaries on your life so if you don’t say like hey I’m gonna wake up every day at the same time. I’m gonna have the same routine because that’s really what you need you’d have like really clear boundaries about your work then remote works not gonna be for you because you have to be more disciplined you have to be able to get up at at the same time every day stick to the same the routine.
You know for example you can’t be around too much you can’t be like if you’re working for a company you can’t be missing out on a ton of work because it’s just not gonna be good so you almost have to be more disciplined. And when you are working remotely because if you’re not you can slowly fall apart to the point where you actually lose your work ethic because you keep you know taking shortcuts and to skirt what you would permiss for work. So that’s really it so that’s pretty much sums up the whole work-life balance or the whole remote work thing.
I hope that gives you a better insight if it’s something that you’re interested in I highly recommend it I don’t really want to talk anybody off of it you gotta experience it for yourself and truly try to you know figure out that’s something for you so that’s really it