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The joys and perils of working from home

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“Work from home”, they said.

“So few distractions”, they said.

“Lots of opportunities for focus and deep work”, they said.

This happens multiple times a day. Molly likes, no, DEMANDS attention, and she’s very good at getting it!

Lucky she’s so cute…

Hat-tip to the fabulous AMANDA BILLING for the cosy and funky ‘Feminist AF’ hoodie.

#WorkFromHome #WFH #DeepWork #flow #CatsOfLinkedIn

 

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