There’s a difference between working at home because you want to and working at home because you have to.
Working at home was an appealing privilege to many, but can now produce feelings of Cabin Fever on steroids.
When your kids become your office mates, new challenges arise.
Home Schooling, working, and doing family life every day in your home may be fun for a week, but “until further notice” can be overwhelming.
Where I live outside the city of Atlanta, we’ve just received a “Stay at Home” directive. That’s different than “I get to work at home.” It’s psychological when you don’t have options; you can feel trapped, and your perspective changes. That impacts your attitude.Read More