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If you're feeling more moody or stressed lately, you might want to examine some of these common behaviors.
Mini fridges, under-desk rugs, peel-and-stick wallpaper and more to make your home office feel a little more exciting.
The last 12 months were pretty terrible overall. But there were some legitimately good trends to come out of our second pandemic year.
Want to make your home office a place you actually want to be? Here are desks, ergonomic chairs and tabletop organizers that'll help.
These WFH secrets range from big (a pandemic baby!) to small (working on the toilet).
Crew neck sweatshirts, flared sweat pants and cotton sweaters to keep you warm at work.
"Working from home today and I can hear my husband chewing gum from his office from 1400 feet away."
"Even before the pandemic I could sense my juggling act was coming to an end. Either the plates would crash or I would."
With more employees choosing to work from home, many companies are rethinking how location factors into salary. But are they thinking fairly?
You may not be able to wear a nightgown to the office, but you can come close to feeling like you’re in one.
People got used to working from home, and they're making amusing videos about what it's like to go back.
You should prepare answers for these questions, because you probably never had to think about them before.
Is your pandemic pup showing signs of separation anxiety? We have expert-backed tips to help your pet cope when you go back to work.
Here's what to do when you want to convince your boss to let you stay remote post-COVID-19.
The magazine's journalists say they took Cathy Merrill's essay as a threat to their livelihoods.
Here are some basic steps you can take to help keep disabled neighbors and loved ones safe as the country opens back up, beyond getting your COVID-19 vaccination.
"It’s nice to have boundaries again where there are harder lines between work and home.”
"I haven't tried skydiving but I imagine the rush is like joining a zoom meeting with your camera already on."
Anthony Ragler recommends his favorite scale, grinder, mugs, kettle and pour-over.