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Why I Left New York City During the Pandemic

Working from home amidst deteriorating conditions can only last so long.

Photo by Malte Schmidt on Unsplash

I hate to admit it. I am part of the exodus from New York City amidst the Coronavirus pandemic. My wife and I stuck it out for a while, working from home since early March, but as the walls closed in around our 700 square feet of living and now co-working space, we had…




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Logan Stone

Logan Stone

Writer on law & politics, money & power, and some culture in between, including my dad lifestyle.

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