It all started during the WFH phase. I worked from home for more than a year and got so used to it that when the company I work for announced that we had to come back to the office, I just couldn’t bring myself to do it.
I have worked from home for the past year and it has been a great experience. I save so much time and money by not having to travel to the office, and I can spend more time with my family and friends. Plus, I don’t have to deal with the stress of the office environment.
I’ve been so used to the freedom and flexibility of working from home that I just couldn’t bring myself to go back to the office. I understand that it’s necessary to get back to normal, but I just couldn’t make the transition.
One of the major reasons why I refuse to work in the office is because of the cost. Taking the train to and from the office can be expensive and time-consuming. I would have to pay for a monthly pass and it would add an extra cost to my budget. Not to mention the time I would have to spend on the train, which could be used for something else.
I also cook at home, more healthy and cheaper compared to all the crazy mixed vege stalls out there.
I also don’t want to deal with the stress of the office environment. Working in the office can be very stressful, especially if you’re not used to it. There are so many distractions and it can be hard to focus on your tasks. Plus, there’s the pressure of having to dress up and put on a professional face for the office.
I understand that there are some benefits of working in the office, such as having access to resources and being able to collaborate with colleagues. But I think that the cons outweigh the pros in this case.
I believe that working from home is the way of the future, and I don’t think I’ll ever go back to the office. I’ve become so used to the flexibility and freedom of working from home that I just can’t bring myself to go back to the office. I’m sure I’m not the only one who feels this way, and I think more and more people are going to start working from home in the future.
I’m grateful that my company has been so understanding and has allowed me to work from home. I’m sure they would prefer me to go back to the office, but they’ve been willing to accommodate my needs. I’m thankful that I have the freedom to work from home, and I’m sure I’ll be sticking with it for the foreseeable future.