December 22, 2006
Well, my company went through some changes. One guy from my office left, and my boss decided to move to Nashville. So I’ve got a whole new office:
Now, some of my more loyal readers might notice something strange about this picture. They may ask, “But Brad, that looks just like your basement?!” To them I’d say, you’re obsessing about me and you should seek help. But that doesn’t make the observation any less correct.
With the changeup of the office, I’m able to now work from home. With the simplicity of communication these days, there really wasn’t any reason to keep me in an office anymore (particularly since there was only one other person there, and he travels frequently). So now I can say goodbye to the daily commute, the life of khakis and polo shirts, and the time I waste with everything associated with office life.
From what I’ve heard, though, the greater freedom that you have working from home also often leads to increased productivity. This was a previously-unused room, and I’m making sure that I don’t have extraneous distractions like TV. And with this above my desk, I’m sure I’ll have some extra motivation if I decide to head down there and write at night
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