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Hobbes
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I’ve enjoyed looking through these, everyone is making do so well!

Mine is a bit rubbish, as I’ve had to use the chest of drawers that is normally my dressing table, but I’m just doing basic essential work at the moment, so I’m only on it for about an hour or so a day. Mr H has commandeered the computer desk downstairs and also needs the dining table to spread out plans and drawings, but he does the actual work that earns the money so I’m going to let it go.

Not going to lie though, my bedroom co-worker is useless. Either she does nothing, or tries to lie over every folder & bit of paper I leave on the bed, or actually tries to chew invoices. I’ve had to give her her own bit of paper as a distraction for chewing, like giving a dog a bone to keep it busy. :lol:
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I don’t think your co-worker is going to get a productivity bonus, Hobbes!
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rosy wrote:
Thu Mar 26, 2020 8:59 pm
I don’t think your co-worker is going to get a productivity bonus, Hobbes!
:lol:

I also forgot to say when she is actually asleep and not being a pest, she snores so I can’t focus. :lol:

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Yeah, safe to say she’s not crushing it there :)).

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My eldest has just sent me a picture of his home working set up - standing desk and view of the New York skyline. He said he had to get his gf to corral their dog and two cats in the bedroom long enough to take the photo!
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God I miss my second screen when I’m at home. That’s so NY.

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This is my cobbled together workspace. I ordered an office chair from IKEA yesterday as the dining chairs are only comfy for so long.
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I think I need an office chair. I'm tempted to try and get one in my car as I'm in the office tomorrow
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Do it Skips! Lots of my colleagues have taken theirs home at various points - why not, as long as you bring it back?

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If I can get it to fit I will, i think there is a spare old one so I don't have to lug it back and forth.

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This is my zoom set up for my virtual groups

Luckily Mr D already had a tripod

My actual desk is a shit tip so I'll tidy that before showing it
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I think I’m going to blow up my big orange ball to sit on for a bit.

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I love that, Dizzy. You are like a proper internet celeb person
You have lived life thus far, tell me how you have done it?

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It does look very swish! You’ll need a big halo light like the influencers next.

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I pumped up my ball. The mess the entire house is in is really upsetting me though, and the kids are crowding me out of every room I try to use.
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Pip big hug from afar it must be so difficult when none of you are geared for home working

Mine is very much smoke and mirrors as behind that is my desk which is piled high with crap and needs a good sort out
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The pictures in this article are really, really stressing me out :lol:.

https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyl ... ome-setups

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That first one and the one in the kids’ bedroom :panic:

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The woman with her feet on the desk does not look comfortable!

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Piles and piles and PILES of shit everywhere :panic:.

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