Would you rather work from home or at an office? | The Tylt

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No matter how many nap pods, ping pong tables and and succulents your office has to offer, nothing can beat the actual comforts of home. Working from home means freedom from the morning small talk and painful commute, making it a much more productive setup than the office. You can focus on your work and your work alone—why don't you work from home every day?

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Others argue the opposite. At home, you're much more tempted to lounge instead of work. Who will notice if you take a quick 20-minute—or two-hour—snooze? Before you know it, the day is gone and now you're behind. Working in an office means you'll have to be focused for at least the majority of the day.

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Working from home also makes for a much more flexible day. You can bring your work to a coffee shop for a few hours, walk your dog or go for a run, making the day feel far more rewarding by the time five o'clock rolls around.

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Work should be separate from home. If you work from home all the time, suddenly those "comforts" that seem so nice at first become associated with your day job. Going into an office is better for overall mental health. 

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