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  1. Hilary Tan says

    What’s your job? What you described sounds like my husband’s job lol He has non-stop phone calls, emails etc. Even though he works from home, he travels a lot for business trips.

      • Hilary Tan says

        I wish my husband didnโ€™t have to travel so much and see clients, but Iโ€™m grateful that he has a job. I wish I had a job to support the family. Disposable income would be nice ๐Ÿ™Œ

  2. Michelle (Boomer Eco Crusader) says

    It is exhausting when your kids are small. Now that mine are grown, I sometimes wish I could go back to those days. Although I never had to be a working mom of small kids in a pandemic. I can only imagine how difficult that is.

  3. Jay-lyn Doerksen says

    LOL I use to be like those women portrayed. Running myself ragged. And then the Kaboom happened and reality changed. I no longer wanted that. I simplified and am the happier for it. I do always miss my naps though after holidays. They frown upon it at work. ๐Ÿ™‚ Have an awesome Saturday. ๐Ÿ™‚

  4. The Snow Melts Somewhere says

    I loved that video and so agree with you! We havenโ€™t slept in two years plus the twins are cranky/hyperactive when awake so working from home with them was a nightmare and I was SO ANNOYED at all of this baking bread talk and โ€I finally had time to clean my house, plant a garden, organise all our stuff and write a book!โ€ Thankfully the boys are at daycare right now (well not today, itโ€™s Saturday! ๐Ÿคช) but the 2nd wave will be here soon and Iโ€™m dreadibg what that will mean… Hang in there!!! xx

  5. Wm. Allen says

    That BBC video was funny and get made a point. I so liked it, that I am putting it in my own blog post. Thank you so much for passing that video on.

    • Shelly DS says

      I used to say something similar when I was younger lol and now Iโ€™ve married the corporate lawyer but Iโ€™m still working ๐Ÿ˜…

  6. Markus + Micah says

    Hang in there! Working from home is definitely challenging, especially if work overlaps the home. I think it was Esther Perel who said working from home is actually working with home because you have to deal with everything happening at work and at home at the same time. Hoping you cope well and figure out healthy boundaries so the number of overwhelming days lessen a little, if at all possible.


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