October 6th, 2020 min read
Just like everyone on the planet Earth, I’ve been spending way more time at home these days as I endure the claustrophobic effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.
As such, when I’m not desperately searching for “joy” in a pile of my belongings that have been cast onto my bed, like Mari Kondo says I should do, or consuming every single binge-worthy series available on Netflix, I’m working — a lot.
For some people, the removal of that barrier between home and office has gotten so bad that they’ve stopped saying working from home and are now saying living at work.
I think it has a nice ring to it, although I’ve been a remote employee for a couple of years now and loveliving at work. Personally, I’ve engaged with a ton of ads upselling the obscene amount of shopping I’ve done to retrofit my home office and make it …