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I've been from one extreme to the other. Of all, I prefer flexi-time.
I can come and go as I choose. When I go, I have the satisfaction of
leaving work behind. When the fit is on, (or off, come to think of
it) I can hang-in for the duration for as long as it takes to
accomplish my goal. I liked a 10 - 12 hr stretch since I missed
rush-hour traffic on both ends of the day; and accomplished enough to
feel good about a "days" work. The long weekends were great but there
were times that a day mid-week was better. Well, anyways, It might
suit some as an alternative to blurring the difference between home
and work. Regards,
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