QUOTE(Interpolengeh @ May 9 2020, 12:33 AM)
Way better production and suitable to stay and work at home
There are people who works better from home, and some from office. On the contrary, I used to think it's better to work from home... but after 6 weeks, found out I work better in the office
QUOTE(Ironflame @ May 12 2020, 11:23 PM)
I feel like I'm at the edge. I never thought it could be so complicated. It's like I'm about to lose my mind. I also order home delivery all the time because sometimes there's just no energy to leave the house. How do I start thinking about wearing a mask, getting antiseptic, walking with my own legs.Then stand in line, make contact with other people... Just brrrrrr. But on the other hand, I'm a little used to being shut up in my house, and I don't see how I can get back into society like I used to...
You'll slowly get used to it. Start by going out to do takeaways, get groceries etc. Run small errands first to get used to this 'new norm'.
When you're in office just do the necessary precautions - social distancing, mask, sanitizer, no touching your face, wash hands often etc.
QUOTE(Salary @ May 13 2020, 12:04 AM)
I can’t believe I’m saying this, but I can’t wait to get back to the office. I have colleagues that are no longer able to differentiate weekends from weekdays, night from day. Stress levels definitely going up, not to mention the electricity bill too.
Initially it was good to work from home - no travelling, can wake up slightly later etc but after awhile it became stressful when it's hard to talk to my bosses. Yes there's video call and all, but seriously, nothing compares to being able to do discussion face-to-face without line breaking, the laggish audio, seeing the other person's body language etc.
What's worse was it's hard to separate work from home. Home used to the sanctuary where you return and rest, leisure, forget about work. But after weeks of salving in the sanctuary, it no longer felt like safe haven away from work
End of the day I'm just glad to finally be back to office.