For those who are WFH due to Covid, do you want to go back into the office or no?

My home was never meant to be a workplace. It was designed to be my sanctuary - my home. It's impossible to focus and to feel like work is "real" when I am in that space. And then I'm in that space . . . all day, every day. I just did not have an issue with getting dressed and having a routine in a work place every day of my life. It's normal and there's a reason for it. Very little work occurs in my home, because it's home, where all of personal life and hobbies occur, as God intended! Asking me to work there is cruelty. No matter what I do, I just can't make it work for me, and I have a hard time believing others are doing as well as they make it seem. I think what they like about WFH is the being home aspect as well, not the actual working there.

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