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Stressed when staying home?


How do you feel when it's your day off and you don't have to go to work/school and have the option to stay at home?
Do you feel relaxed or stressed? Are you a home-type of person or outdoor-type of person?

Personally, I feel VERY stressed while staying at home. If it's my day off, I prefer to be outdoors all day, walking, going to the gym, meeting friends...or even work. The last thing I want to do it stay home. I've never been the home-type and whenever I stay home more than 3 hours, I get nervous, stressed, I start eating uncontrollably, I feel like I don't know what to do (even-though I might have a lot to do). Staying home puts me in a depressed mood and I don't deal well with it.

Generally, staying indoors more than 4 hours stresses me out, especially if I have to stay home.


Free Spirit
Staff member
It doesn't bother me to stay at home. Now if I had to all the time I'm sure it would make me crazy. I don't see how elderly people that are dependent on others to take them places do it. Sometimes they don't go anywhere for a week or more.


/ˈɪzəˌbɛl/ pink 5
I love those times I stay at home. No need to deal with traffic, commute stress, bad weather conditions. It's also a good time to catch up on TV shows.


Sultan of Swat
Staff member
I work six times a week, at least eight hour days, so you bet your ass I love my Saturday off and I take advantage of it. Most times I'll stay home and have some beers and watch sports. I don't go out as much as I used too. I don't stress on my days off that's for sure.


That's strange. I work from home. How am I supposed to feel on days off?
lol Yeah to you it's strange.
If I were you though, I would be on anti-depressants.

It would feel suffocating working from home.


Registered Member
Not really. I've realized over the years that I'm just unable to have a boss looking constantly over my shoulder. My work experiences haven't exactly been great so when I had the opportunity to do so, I went on my own. I also work sometimes for my dad but it's very different so I don't mind.
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