It is a well known fact that more and more people are choosing to work from home rather than face the daily agony that is also known as commuting. (A valuable related resource: Declan Kelly, New York). There are many companies that are even encourage this practice among its permanent staff as a viable alternative to commuting to work. In most cities, workers will have to travel to and from the office, depending on where they live could mean adding an extra hour or two to your normal day. At its best path can be a tedious and stressful activity composed of innumerable delays in public transport, shoulder to shoulder contact and largely unknown, the mind numbing routine. The startup type can not be conducive to a productive work day, and finally there are plenty of companies are beginning to realize this. However, it is worth mentioning the opposite end of the scale that really thrive in the operation of commuter glove morning and night and never consider doing something else, but I think it must be quite in the minority. For many people, working from home has always been seen as the preserve of self-employed, many people think out of bed when you want to start working and stop working when they want and usually come and go as they please, that the occasion may be true, but more often than not is exactly the opposite as a fundamental requirement of working at home is self-discipline, without which you can also return to the movement. There are many distractions at home, which easily attract the unwary of their work.