You’re working remotely to help stop the spread of COVID-19. Here’s how to stay productive.
On Friday, I unloaded tangled cables and a computer monitor from my car to set up my new, temporary office. It’s a grand space with a comfortable couch, 68" television, and a fridge full of food; now decorated with power cords and ethernet cables running in different directions. I do have to share the space, though, with a four-legged colleague who doesn’t work much. In fact, she sleeps most of the day.