You can get by for years working out of the back of your truck. After all, most of the tools you need are close at hand, lying in little pools of r u s t - c o l o r e d water in the cross-bed box. And you have all the space you need to cobble stuff together on the job site — right between the guys laying the flooring and the finish guys running the trim (and under the electrician hanging the chandelier, and the owner running around underfoot, and...). You can get by, yes, and you can also get crazy. Be good to yourself: Create a woodworking shop "subsidiary" back home. In this oasis of sanity, you'll find more and more good excuses to be there.