Comic #4: Presumption and Hard Truth of Working From Home

Working from home seems like an ideal life for almost everyone. The possibilities of working in your sleeping pajamas in the comfort of your own home, saving on travel expenses, a free and easy time schedule and a comfortable bed within reach seems like something that is very appealing. But is working from home really a bed of roses?

Based on the illustrator's personal experience, he is working from home as an illustrator. He has one toddler and a baby. People always believe that working from home is like being in heaven, you can have a lot of time to be with family or decide to work any time. Achieving a good work-life balance is just that easy.

However in reality, he feels that working at home is almost like being in jail, he spend too much time playing with the kids, tidying the home and kid's toys until almost midnight. When the kids are asleep, he finally has time to work. He is always having late nights, and has to wake up early in the morning.

Does this feel close to your heart? Are you working from home? Has it been a heaven or hell experience for you? Share your thoughts and story with us.

Presumption and Hard Truth of Working From Home

Comic #4: Presumption and Hard Truth of Working From Home

About The Illustrator

Heru is a full time illustrator, drawing action comics and graphic novels, but he also makes comic strips and cartoons. You can check out more of his work at DeviantArt.

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