You’ll probably be working from home for a while. Knoll Design Director Benjamin Pardo has some ideas for optimizing work-life balance.
Sometimes I feel like I’m not working from home, so much as living in my workspace. During the day, my husband and I share a home office where we try to get as much work done as possible in the small windows of time during which we’re not watching our daughter. Of course, my daughter still finds a way to barge in, demanding a cuddle and serving as a constant, very cute distraction. Life bleeds into work, work bleeds into life, and neither is particularly satisfying.
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