The best part about working from home is that you can work in your PJ’s.
The worst part about working from home is that you can work in your PJ’s.
I’m only on day two but I’m already finding it hard to get dressed in anything but my comfy pajamas. Yes, everyone did tell me to start each day by showering and getting ready as if I’m headed to the office (which I have done!) but instead of throwing on clothes, I throw on a new clean pair of pajamas. They are comfortable, don’t require any ironing and I don’t have to worry about whether or not they match. I’ve stuck to my plan of 30 mins of exercise a day so I have changed into workout gear but after my run, it’s right back into a pair of PJ’s. I’m about as productive during pajama time as I am while in “real clothes” and I am only able to take advantage for a month but it did get me thinking… Why don’t I wear all my clothes! That’s seems like a logical train of thought, right? Let me elaborate. I have decided that I will wake up every morning and try on a new outfit from my closet, I’ll go though each piece and see if it passes the “will I actually wear this again” test. If I don’t find the dress, jeans, t-shirt etc is comfortable or makes me feel good than it won’t make it’s way back into the closet, it will be donated. Dots are connecting right? My closet isn’t that big so if I get through all my clothes by the end of the month, I’ll start mixing and matching to make new outfits with the clothes that have made the cut.
The best part is that I won’t be working in my PJ’s.
The worst part is that I won’t be working in my PJ’s.