As it has it with Twitter you start following one person in a specific niche and then you get all these suggestions of other people in the same niche. At times I don’t check who I follow and accept all of Twitter’s suggestions. Somehow that brought me into the realm of freedom loving 9 to 5 haters.
Some blame modern media for the short attention span many of us suffer under, I would rather say my indifference to things I don’t care about is the reason, but regardless of what or who is to blame, I am having a hard time recalling the details of their posts. The gist is that 9 to 5 is bad and we all can be free and make money without being tied to an office. Without sarcasm and just from experience that means we probably transition to be stuck in our home office for 12 hours a day instead. Be it 8 to 5, 9 to 6, or 7 to 7, the #9to5 (aka regular work) has good things to offer as well.
And so I’d like to help you through the work week with my favorite tweets for this week:
— ThatOneVideoGamer (@TOVGoffice) March 30, 2015
I honestly didn’t know this song was from Dolly Parton (if the video doesn’t play click the link). Don’t you already smile a little?
For sure coffee is important, I get headache when I don’t drink enough of it (Coffee-addiction). There is really no reason not to be excited to get into the office every morning:
— さわいち (@SAWAICHI0712) March 13, 2015
Okay, yes these are very true:
— Marika Sinikari (@MSinikari) February 24, 2015
Everybody can get tired at work:
— TwkLGBTQI+ Janet (@TWkLGBTQ) February 18, 2015
And when nothing else helps we can still look at the Danish (not the pastries…):
— Kaave Pour (@kaavepour) February 23, 2015
And if nothings helps to improve your day there is always doughnuts, coffee, and … workout.
BTW, Suggestions for topics are always welcome are always welcome, leave ’em in the comments. Thanks!