Something that will consume the entire work day is watching and trying to comprehend the movie Primer. Primer is a movie that came out in 2004 and is about time travel? Honestly, I have no idea what it's about and have seen it several times back to back. I can run through the plot and it still would not give away any spoilers.
Basically these guys make a machine or microwave or something and I think one of them goes back in time? Maybe they both go back in time or something. They're driving in a car at one point. The one guy is married and has a house and stuff and there is a cell phone involved as well. Then it just kind of ends abruptly. I think they try to explain what's going on near the end or maybe not.
Either way, I think it was a pretty good movie and wouldn't mind seeing it again.
Since there is no commute when you work from home, on average, you will save close to $20,000 per year.
The downside is that you miss out on the road rage that occurs every morning. Some will say this is a good thing, but nothing gets me fired up for the start of the day other than an 80 year old woman flipping me off and trying to run me off of the road.
This blog is dedicated to all the hard working people in America who are fortunate enough to have a job that does not require them to go into the office. Sure the lack of social interaction may be a small downside but there are many upsides to working from home.