One of the great advantages to working remotely is that you can hang out in your pajamas. In fact, most days I work in yoga pants and a tank top with my hair pulled back in a bun that resembles a bird’s nest. I use the time that I save when I skip the shower, make up, and accessorizing to take my dogs for a walk or read. It is a much more pleasant way to start the day than my old routine of waking before the sun, rushing to get ready and prepare both my breakfast and lunch to eat on the road. The problem is, humans are not designed to live in isolation. After a day or two I begin to crave contact with the outside world.