Being funemployed comes with a number of benefits. Sure there are drawbacks, like uncertainty, stress, and no income, but let’s focus on the positive here, people.
One of the nicest things about not working is that I’m free to travel all around the city to meet my working friends for lunch. We go to different restaurants in different neighborhoods. Sometimes we get coffee, other times there’s just enough time for them to scarf some food before heading back into the office.
This is easily the biggest perk of funemployment that I’ll miss the most when the inevitable job comes along. And these people are easily among the ones I’ll miss most when I have to leave Georgia.