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February 1st – Work Naked Day

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Saw this online today….and just had to share…

While I sit here…at my desk…adding things to our Etsy Store – Infinity Creations …slowly removing….each and every piece of…

Well…anyway…here is some more info on this day:

Fun Holiday – Work Naked Day

Do you dream of working from home in your most comfortable attire? Then Work Naked Day on February 1 is the holiday for you.

Created by author and home office expert, Lisa Kanare, the holiday is not about working without clothes (though you certainly can, if you would like to), but is about working from the comfortable confines of your home.

Working from home not an option? In April, you can wear your pajamas to work.

How to Celebrate?

  • Ask your boss or supervisor if you can work from home.
  • Remember, you don’t have to work naked from home if you do not want to. Wear your most comfortable pajamas and work in your home office or your backyard or from your couch.
  • If you do decide to work naked, make sure you do not have any official teleconferences.
  • If you run a company, what about instituting a work from home program?

Did You Know…

…that research has shown that those who work from home offices tend to be more productive and happier than those who are forced to come to work every day?

Categorised in: From Scott, Holidays, Humor

Scott

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