When my work day was fixed (aka, pre-retirement), I was always in the office on time, usually early. What that meant was that I often didn't have time to exercise and I felt a great deal of pressure to get to bed at a reasonable hour so I could get enough sleep.
We'd often joke with people who worked at home about taking conference calls in their pajamas. Never a criticism, I knew that there was a kernel of truth in those jokes and that it was important to build camaraderie and awareness.
Well - here I am, constantly working and balancing many work task for different companies and it is very different. I do stay up later on projects or reading and I still try for 7 or 8 hours of sleep and I exercise pretty much every day. That means that if I sit down to start working at 8:30, I'm still in my exercise clothes. I'll grab and shower when I get a quiet 20 minutes later in the day.
How did this happen? Prioritization!! And it really does seem like getting enough sleep is a priority over a shower in the am. I am clearly benefitting from working at home.
I can't imagine going to the my prior "real" office in my stinky t-shirt and shorts. Has to make you smile.