working from home

Boris Johnson will explain his plan to tackle rising infection rates as winter approaches on Tuesday.
Some form of flexible, hybrid working looks like the future, if politicians can keep up.
"Working from home with your partner is basically not speaking for 7 hours and then shouting, 'We could preserve lemons' across the apartment at 4.15pm."
Even veteran WFH parents, like our columnist Robyn Wilder, are rethinking their strategies in the coronavirus pandemic.
Many people are working from beds, sofas, and kitchen tables. Welcome to the world of "not desking".
The coronavirus pandemic has reminded me of an important life lesson: Self-compassion is crucial.
Because we could all use a laugh right now.