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May 25, 2007



Face time IS a big deal in an office, isn't it? Always my problem because I needed to run and pickup at daycare and if I couldn't stay until 6:00 pm some people really got upset at that.


One of my best friend telecommutes and just loves it, but she does pop into the office every few weeks. She agrees it makes a big difference. How fun to go into the city!


Now I'm thinking about it--I telecommuted sometimes for my pre-baby job. I could actually go back to it and telecommute pretty much full-time except for some meetings. if I wanted to but as yet I don't. But I may. Maybe I'll ask you more about it if I decide to do that.


sounds like a very manageable day, I'm glad you've got a way of working which works for you (bad pun not intended)

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