The Perils of Being Self-Employed and Working from Home

I used to get paid for looking out the window at my old job. For at least forty minutes a day at every former job I ever held, I got paid for merely existing on the clock. Add in walking down hallways and zoning out in meetings, and that’s four hours a day of getting paid for nothing. There is no clock now, only production. Not only do I work from home, but I am also self-employed.