I think that you're working your way to a good answer.
"Work" (and its context) for you may be more of a state of mind than a physical location. Are you most efficient at (not just capable of) jumping from work activities to personal activities just because you are sitting at a computer in your home office? I find that, when I need to do "work," that's takes just about all of my concentration. And, when I switch back to "personal," I focus on that.
No matter where I am, my boss doesn't watch me 10 hr/day (especially since he works more than 400 miles away from me), but he does expect me to get my day's work done. And I would like to get it done efficiently, so that it doesn't become an 11-hr day!
I hope this helps.
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