Working from home has its perks. Your commuting time is however long it takes you to get to your laptop. Time spent having to do laundry is significantly reduced because it's not like you have to change your clothes or wear anything other than your pajamas. And lunchtime? The kitchen's your oyster. Even better? You don't have to worry about anyone stealing your lunch unless you've got some scumbag roommates.
The thing is, if you live for office chatter with actual people, it could get kinda lonely working from home.
Plus, there are all the little perks of office life you might miss. Like the silly little announcements and employee performance incentives. But, one telecommuter found a way to bring the traditional office experience into his own home.