Sweats, cereal, and lots of sitting. Anyone who's ever worked from home knows what the typical day looks like and that it does come with plenty of downsides. Really, how are you supposed to make lunch when you're watching a movie and trying to make it through your to-do list? Ahead, check out some of the ugliest problems that will make you want to run to the office, stat. (C'mon, who are we kidding?)
#workfromhomeproblems = #petproblems
Source: Instagram user wedgienet
Uh, excuse me, you're in my seat. #workfromhomeproblems
Question of the day, every day.
"How many people showered today?" -heard on a company call this afternoon #workfromhomeproblems
— Taryn (@taryngotham) September 12, 2013
When you have to choose between your favorite morning shows . . .
— Jamie Grayson (@TheBabyGuyNYC) September 10, 2013
Keepin' it classy.
— Tara Rushmer (@TaraRushmer) September 16, 2013
So people really do use their printers.
a miracle has just occured. I set up my uber complicated printer ALONE and it WORKS. #workingfromhomeproblems
— shannon kozee (@shankakes) March 28, 2013
What an egg-pic fail.
Source: Instagram user pennywakefield
Conference calls and food prep don't work so well. Epic fail. #workfromhomeproblems #fitgirlproblems #iforgot #sidetracked #fail
Time flies when you're in your sweats.
— gmilner (@gmilner) September 16, 2013
Someone's quite the multitasker.
Having to make yourself get up from a good movie to eat lunch. #workfromhomeproblems
— The Maestro (@XtheMaestro) September 10, 2013
But coffee is so worth it.
Wish I had a microwave upstairs so I didn't have to keep walking down to the kitchen to reheat my coffee. #workfromhomeproblems
— Katy DeLuca Lucey (@katylucey) September 10, 2013
Silly human, naps are for cats.
That moment when you look over at a pile of blankets & want to curl up in them like a cat & take a nap #workingfromhomeproblems
— Faith B. (@bohemianfaith) September 12, 2013