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Not for any reason except I kept getting sucked into a work or Facebook vortex every time I looked at the computer. And I kept looking just when I was about to shower.
I actually love the shower. Like, before I go out to Looking for unshowered. Or sometimes, before bed. Or sometimes, tomorrow. Even Skype. Something just came up. No bra, no shoes, no problem. I love that knowing how to write copy that sounds like me means that I can remain a grubby troll while my words go out, showered and pine-scented, and do business for me all day.
The other, I booked because I met the host, Chris Winfieldat a dinner party. While we talked, I was just on audio, happily unwashed, while he was on my screen on video. A perfect arrangement. Can I just live my life this way? On these interviews, I often sound to me, anyway like someone just woke me up. Or dosed my drink. This one was different. Go here to listen to the podcast, leave a comment about it, and see the highlights — which include:. Leave a comment at the bottom of the podcast.
The Duct Tape one is great, too, and your perfect choice if you like the shot-glass size podcast the Chris one is a couple of pints. John Jantsch is a superb host and an honor to talk to. Listen to my Duct Tape interview here. Tell me about you. Do you avoid leaving the house or showering or being seen on a screen? Have you rallied, dragged yourself out and shown your face — and reaped the benefits? A few weeks ago, I forgot the last time I had showered. This is what working from home does to me.
And I love it. PS I am also dying to know — what plugin do you use that allows you to copy the text and then share it?! I love when your e-mails come knocking. That analogy of your showered and pine-scented words that do business for you all day — Brilliant! And troll…. On your pretty photo: Those bookcases, that chair! Or an interiors obsessed copy-writer. Yah, that one. Also, your teeth and your lashes look fabulous. After I shower. You took my comment about the nose, Rochelle. Selective hygiene is definitely the BEST part of working from home!
And wearing the same clothes over and over… Oh, and naps….
Oh, how I relate to this. I live in my yoga pants.
My favorite day is after the laundry is done and I have a full selection of clean yoga pants. And yes, I love the limited human contact. The world out there is exhausting. Such quality copy, Laura. Like your posts here.
But we still keep coming back because everyone wants to read what the most hilarious person on the internet is going to say next. Thank you. Every day. Love being clean.
But I remember now, after working many years at my standard corporate job where I went in to work every day, I had the opportunity to work virtually at the same company for a time. And I remember not having any reason to shower. But man, I saved so much time!
I could get maximum sleep and maximum work done. And no one would even know. Cleaning up, figuring out what to wear. Pretty inefficient. I just got back from a gathering on climate change in Edinburgh Scotland where they were encouraging 4-minute showers as a way for people to reduce carbon emissions. I love dressing up but never have any place to go. So I end up doing my dishes in my favorite heels. Or watching the Hamilton the Musical PBS documentary in that fabulous shoulder baring red dress I bought three summers ago because that garment deserves a momentous occasion and Lin Manuel Miranda is a big something, darn-it!
Save my name,and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Get the 5 Secrets to Non-Sucky Copy get it! Comments A few weeks ago, I forgot the last time I had showered. Thanks, LB, for brightening my day! But I agree, looks good. No bats in the bat cave! So I can understand your practices.
Thanks for writing the best. Great post Laura. I hear you on hanging out comfy at home. I did have some fruitful encounters based on getting out Looking for unshowered door to that gathering. Thanks for creating space for being real. What's Hot? and find out!Looking for unshowered
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