Recently Erik Nunn and Endless Technology Solutions moved into a new office located at 4370 La Jolla Villiage Blvd Suite 400, San Diego, CA 92122.

This October marked my 5 year anniversary of starting my first business, Endless Technology Solutions, and oh what a ride it has been. There have been many up’s and many down’s, but finally after working at Erik Nunn’s house for 4.5 years it is time for a change.

Working from Erik Nunn’s Home

Working from home is great. I can’t tell you how many times people have talked to me about wanting to work from home, and when friends have an opportunity to work from home during their normal jobs they’re thrilled. But this is not the same for me. For Erik Nunn it is just another day at work.

Each day a person has distractions coming at them from every angle, and at home those distractions are much easier. For me it became very difficult to separate Life and work, and this was becoming a problem.

Working at my new Office

When I am working at an office, it is stressful to have another overhead cost, which I have never had before. But when I am here, I feel like I used to while working late on the 4th floor of the Love Library at SDSU. I am focussed, and ready to work. I am around other people who have the same mindset, and it feels great.

Keeping your mind focussed on creating success can be difficult given your surroundings. So in this new environment it allows me to focus on what is important, and set the personal tasks to the side until I get home.


I don’t think there is any problem with working out of your home. But as my dad used to say, “Do everything in moderation”. Interacting with others allows you to see other real world issues which may have been outside of your perspective, and opens new doors which you might not have had. Working at home, taking time to rest, and even enjoying yourself are all necessities in life. But do them in moderation, and if you’re going overboard in one area realize it, and takes the steps to balance yourself out again.

Life is all about Balance.


-Erik Nunn