Why Working From Home Is So Boring

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I get up, make breakfast, sit down at my desk, start work, have lunch, sit at my desk again. At five o’clock, I finish.

Or rather, I don’t. Because at 4:59 pm, my boss emails me asking me to do something, seeing as I don’t have to catch that train home any more.

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A heady blend of commentary, satire & autobiography. Top Writer in Satire — apparently.

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