Many of us involved with blogging and other Internet marketing endeavors have a dream to work at home. I know I do. And when I am home I do spend a lot of time working.
But, ultimately, I would love to work on my writing and blogging projects all day, and then instead of taking a break to go to my other job. I would just take breaks to go to the gym and for walks and bike rides and out to dinner, etc.
Sounds perfect. But there are some drawbacks to working at home. Besides the stress of having to stay on top of things or you don’t get paid. There are issues of loneliness and isolation. Most of us socialize quite a bit at our paid jobs. And by most of us, I mean me.