Working at home can result in loss of privacy in your home
If you are in a business that requires people coming in to make one inquiry or the other, pick up something, come in for your services, etc., your home can no longer be said to maintain its privacy 100%. However, you can always draw the boundary by situating your home office in a part of your home a bit detached from other rooms.
If you live in a home with other members of your family such as siblings, kids, spouse, etc., you will most likely have to deal with people coming in to distract you with one issue of the other. However, you can address this problem by having a home office with a sign at the door announcing you are at work and won’t want to be disturbed unless there is a life-threatening emergency.
If you are not the type that enjoys living life in seclusion, you will most likely miss the gossips and the laughter in the office. However, you can have a break time in which you engage in some form of socializing by having someone come over or catch up with friends on social media.
With what we’ve learned in mind, I believe you understand what to expect as you start working from home.