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The WTF of WFH


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by Esther O'Moore Donohoe
09th Aug 2021

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Esther O'Moore Donohoe on finding the sweet spot between being a feral sloth pig and micro-managing every second of the remote working day.

It was in Junior Infants where my love of routine was crystallised. Before the start of a strenuous academic day, learning about full stops and capital letters, I’d start my unpaid work as an unofficial teacher’s assistant. In later years, my best friend would describe my actions as that of a ‘total lick’ but it was water off a five-and-half-year-old duck’s back.  None of my classmates could match my pace in distributing crayons to desks....

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