…it doesn’t matter when you start work, so long as you get the job done. It’s about internal time, not what the clock on the wall says.Why we should be watching the sun, not the clock
Working from home gave me so much liberty when I do the actual work without being stressed about “needing to do something because I am paid by the hour.”
Yes, the perks of (flexible) remote work are not for everyone. But, for some of us who learned how to wrap our lives around it, we noticed a difference.
And what’s that?
We now work not because the clock on the wall tells us that we should, but we do because we decided that we should.
This setup really requires trust for the employer and accountability for the employee.
Much more, I can now spend my break times tending our goats or just being one with all our furry friends at home.