Share your story and shed the layers for “Work Naked Day”

Those working from home are encouraged to work in the buff

If you’re working home alone, it’s a good day to shed those clothes and work naked.

It’s national work naked day; an idea brought up in 2010 by home office expert Lisa Kanare.

The owner of Bare Oaks Family Naturist Park in Sharon, Stéphane Deschênes, says that being naked has become more common with more people working from home.

Those participating in the naturist event are encouraged to share a story or acceptable picture to social media and interact with others using the hashtags #WorkNakedDay or #WorkNakedDay2022.

Deschênes says it’s a chance to experience something new. “We thought the day would be a fun way for people to question how they feel about their bodies and recognize a little bit more about what our natural selves should be.”

Owner of Bareoaks Stéphane Deschênes working in the nude

“Of course, there are times you should wear clothes, but clothing is about rank and status and not really accepting of our body in its natural state,” Deschênes explains.

He says they hope to get a good response to this year’s event and wants people to have a lot of fun. Because he adds, “we need to do something fun.”

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images courtesy of Bareoaks Family Naturist Park