Working from home
If you are not a digital nomad, in other words, if you work remotely but do not travel, the first temptation will be to work from home.
Where do I even start? It’s cozy, comfy, you get to work in your PJs and only occasionally put on a business shirt and some makeup when you have calls.
I wrote a bit about the cons of working from home in this post. I don’t want to repeat myself, so I will just make a quick recap.
It can get lonely, especially if you also live on your own, you might end up going days without seeing anyone (other than maybe the delivery guy who brings you your food).
You might also end up procrastinating a lot, leaving everything for the last minute. There are virtual coworking options and more, but the truth is, nothing beats real interaction with people.