Do You Keep Your Computer Habits Secluded?

Do You Keep Your Computer Habits Secluded?

Sarah Rae Smith
Aug 24, 2010

The recent post about keeping your log ons separate from our partners brings up the idea of secrecy from your spouse or significant other. In our home, my husband and I both have our own personal computer gear. We've always had a joint home office and have made sure that we share the same space (otherwise we might not ever see each other). But we know that many folks like to be left to their privacy. So we're curious as to how much you actually share with your loved one?

This couple shares a home office tucked behind their living room area. It's open and airy and a great space for both to use, even if it's one at a time.

We've always been big believers that keeping things out on display creates a fabulous sense of trust and openness to your internet viewing habits. We don't spend our late nights cruising for hot babes but even if we wanted to, it wouldn't be the right place to do it. Does our home office keep us faithful? Probably not, but it can't hurt to have a communal space where this sort of thing is kept to keep minds clean and relationships cleaner!

How does the layout of tech work in your home? Does everyone work from separate locations via laptops or do you work in the same big space like we do? Let us know why below!

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