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re: What are the hardest parts about working from home? VIEW POST

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I'm lucky as I have my private office at home, so no distractions and a nice setup with a good chair and an external display.
I'm sure my back would hurt if I was forced to work with the laptop all day long, and I wouldn't be able to concentrate if I had to work on the kitchen table.
I miss my lunch break walk in the park, if we weren't in a lockdown I could have it so it is not strictly related to WFH.
I'd say I'm more productive, I don't miss my commute at all and I only miss human interaction, but I could easily meet people at the gym or at my daughter school, so again that's a problem with lockdown.
I feel more productive at home, and don't waste time commuting. I hope remote work will still be an option after the crisis, at least for 1-2 days per week.

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