Cabin Office Considerations
Is working from your getaway right for you?
September 9, 2011
|There’s good reason why you don’t find general stores in cabin country
advertising night crawlers, ice-cold beer and inkjet printers.
Transitioning from a corporate cubicle with whiteboards to a cabin
office with antler accessories is not for everyone. Like shucking a
Chesapeake oyster, it’s harder than you think. |
mind it’s a slam-dunk. And why not? Soothing visions of conducting
business from a cabin window overlooking a dew-covered meadow thick with
wild raspberry patches, while songbirds chorus from the surrounding
hardwood forest, seem idyllic; the ultimate work setting, even for
Type-A personalities. But in truth, it’s a difficult leap, laden with
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