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Ang Katotohanan! Work-From-Home Expectations VS RealityAnong work-from-home bloopers ang naranasan niyo na?by Ana Gonzales .
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There is no denying the fact that working from home has a lot of benefits. For one, you no longer have to sit (or stand) in traffic for several hours. You don't have to spend so much on food and fare, too. You get to spend more time with your family—you don't have to worry about not being there for your children.
The benefits are great, but the work-from-home setup has its own set of challenges, too. But we're not complaining! Some of us are lucky to keep our job and choose to work from home.
One of the challenges of working from home include little feet and fingers who insist on pressing your computer keyboard during the most inconvenient times.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
We're sure you can relate and we're sure you've experienced excusing yourself during a video conference with your workmates because your kids are either screaming their heads of in the background or running around without their clothes off.CONTINUE READING BELOWRecommended Videos
Don't believe these things can happen? Watch this video of moms and dads trying to work from home despite having inconsiderate 'workmates'.
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