Working from home

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    I tripped on the stairs monday night as I walked into my apartment and twisted my left ankle. It's been a little painful but more of an annoyance really. The good news is that I've been able to work from home, so for the last two days I've been sitting in my livingroom with my foot propped up tip-tapping away at my work laptop.

    I really wish I could work from home more - I've found myself being extraordinarily productive. In theory I could do my job via telecommuting 100% of the time. The problem is one of corporate culture; I work for a bank and being in the brick-and-mortar office still holds a certain cache...working from home is looked on as 'cheating' for some reason.

    Day 10 out of my 365 days project - flickr.com/photos/veo/sets/72157600091399409/

    ATTENTION BLOGGERS OR OTHER INTERESTED PARTIES:
    This image has been used numerous times without proper accreditation. This is a reminder that under creative commons you are free to use this image as long as you do not re-sell it and as long as you provide credit. Credit should be given to "Rob Alinder".

    Natasha Reed Photography, and 12 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Natasha Reed Photography 85 months ago | reply

      I initially thought this was a piano from the thumbnail. This is one of the more original 365 photos I've seen--love it in b&w.

    2. veo_ 85 months ago | reply

      The joy of thumbnails.. you never are quite sure what you're gunna get!

      Thank you, I've been struggling to think of creative shots so I'll take this has huge encouragement. :)

    3. sean dreilinger 83 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called telework / telecommute, and we'd love to have your photo added to the group.

    4. my friend flicker2009 58 months ago | reply

      Hi, I would like to use a crop of this lovely photo for the front cover of an e-journal I'm designing for a British educational charity (the Association for the Teaching of the Social Sciences). Since I'm not being paid for this work, and the Association doesn't sell the magazine (it's offered free to members), I don't think I'm transgressing your CC licensing. We will, of course, give you full accreditation for the image.

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