Working from home #FPQ

This week for his provocative question Fandango asks, “If you are not yet retired, do you regularly work from home? If not currently, have you ever telecommuted on a regular basis? If so, did (or do) you prefer working from home? Why or why not? And finally, how do you feel about Musk calling working from home “morally wrong”? Do you agree or disagree? And why do you feel that way?

First, Musk calling working from home morally wrong is Ludacris! I mean what is his problem? Sometimes, working from home is just more effective. If I had a choice, I’d prefer to work from home.

I don’t work, so I don’t need to worry about it, but I do volunteer, and since the pandemic hit, I’ve been volunteering from home.

It is just easier, and we weren’t allowed to go in to the office anyway during the pandemic.

I do like socialising and did like working in the office, but now that I work from home I do find it a lot easier. There are no distractions, and I can take breaks if I need to.

There are definitely pros and cons to working from home.

I definitely don’t agree with Musk, I find his comments to be appalling.

Fandango’s Provocative Question #215 – This, That, and the Other (

Author: Carol anne

I am 40 years young. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

6 thoughts on “Working from home #FPQ”

  1. Elon will not care once he has replaced his workers with robots. He isn’t giving money away or being fair! I loved the pandemic work adjustments, I got to stay at home with my family. I wish more people could work from home, I wish I could earn money online one day so I could have the option to work from home. I do not like socializing and being forced to do stuff because I am at work. We need to encourage people to have a choice.


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