Often when people ask me what it feels like when you’re a work at home Mom, I tell them it’s great and I’m thankful for it. In all honesty, working at home is a lifestyle, a choice. One cannot stand long being home all day all night for weeks. I chose my job because I’m one of the people who can eat breathe and live in front of the computer. I practically live under a rock (actually I use these term to describe me :)). But sometimes, living under a rock can bear you down–physically and emotionally. Physically because you hardly get Vitamin D, some fresh air and the likes. Emotionally because you tend to feel lonely because there’s no one to talk to.
If that does not tell you anything about the life of a work at home mom, then I don’t know what.