"[You don't] see a lot of people.Your sensory input is limited. You start regressing. You lose certain abilities to write and think. I wanted to write an article, but I found my vocabulary had vanished. I had trouble putting sentences together." ~ Mark L. Smith
"Remote working has allowed me to flourish socially. I have a recreational hockey team, [my partner and I] are part of a nice Yoga community, and given that we spend lots of time around our neighbourhood, we have met many friends, from the lady who cleans our building to the dude who owns the coffeeshop.When [you don't have an office, it's your duty] to find a healthy replacement with the extra time and flexibility that remote life affords you."
"I Iove the flexibility of being able to help my family during the day. I can drop off or pick up my kids from school. I can attend their midday assemblies or eat lunch with them at school on their birthdays.I love being able to give them hugs when they leave for school in the morning or when they return home in the afternoon because I'm not stuck in an office building or in rush hour traffic."