Working in my pajamas in my kitchen.
Working in my pajamas in my kitchen.
Ok I admit it, there are days when I sit around and work in my pajamas. There are some people that will give me a rough time about doing that, but you know what, those people are just jealous. Face it, given the choice of getting up, driving through traffic, sitting in an office from 9 to 5 and then driving home I’ll take the option to stay at home and work in my pajamas.

Working in your pajamas has its benefits. They are comfortable. They fit loosely and don’t bind in places you don’t want them to bind in. They keep you warm on those cool days in the house. You don’t need to change when you go to bed. All around they are the perfect working attire. Just think about how much more work people would accomplish if they were able to wear their pajamas to work instead of some stuff shirt and tie. Oh, just thinking of wearing a shirt and tie to work everyday gives me chills down my back.

Working in your pajamas has gotten a bad image over the years. People think if you work in your pajamas you can’t really be working, when the truth is how can people work when they are wearing shirts and ties? The only thing the people that are wearing shirts and ties are thinking about at work is “when can I go home and put on my pajamas!” I just cut out all the time of me sitting around wanting to wear my pajamas and actually wear them!

It is time to liberate the workers of the world that are bound by their confining shirts and ties and free them to the reality of working in their pajamas. Think of how much happier you will be when you can free yourself from those horrible shirts and ties and can finally relax at work.


I agree! Especially the “People think if you work in your pajamas you can’t really be working”-part annoys me. I live in a town where 99% of the men work in construction, or do physical demanding work. I just feel them looking at me (actually, some of them actually tell me) that my work isn’t real work, cause I don’t break a sweat.
I usually can shut them up by saying “Oh, how much an hour do you make?” When they say a number, I usually smile and say “I make that sitting on my chair all day, what’s your excuse?”..

They’re just jealous of the fact that we can work in our pj’s and they can’t.. 🙂

Exactly! See if they were able to work in their pj’s they would probably be less stressed and more relaxed…ok well maybe not.

Thanks for the RT by the way.

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