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The Hidden Cost of Working From Home

Sometimes you feel lonely.

Before we get started I would like to preface this article by saying that most of the time I’m happy with my workplace. I like waking up and typing out my first article in my pyjamas. I like that I set the rules when it comes to my schedule. I like that I’ve picked the decor and that I have my own office…




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Beth van der Pol BA(Hons)

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