Working at a job from home is extremely convenient and so much more conducive to a healthier life than you may have experienced in your career. It’s not only the stress-meter that you can take into account when you realize the good things related to not going to work outside your home.
Related to much of that stress, consider the time and expense of commuting. This would include the hours that you spend driving, parking and/or stuck in traffic in rush hour(s). Add to this the expense for gas and oil, bridge tolls, parking fees, and wear and tear on your vehicle. If you use public transportation, there is the cost of your fare. As if to add insult to injury, unless you work with an expense account in your job, you are not paid for your time or any of the related costs for commuting.
Imagine keeping all that expense money in your pocket and using your time