Someone shared this in a parents'group I'm in, and the overwhelming response was that this is accurate. It can't continue this way. I don't have the solution, but this isn't working-- and definitely won't work in the fall.
Good points. And also why multi-tasking anything larger than small tasks usually ends up with many things started but nothing actually complete.
Why a Zoom call? Can't we just talk like normal? 🙄
I'm over the video calls.
Haha this was pretty close to my schedule for several years.
(Better now that the kids are older.)
It's not even 9am and I've already written an email that includes "as previously mentioned" and "as always".
Time to delete, take a break, and try again haha People are CRAZY and I apparently am not responding well.
Shout out to all the parents who suddenly became teachers this week on top of doing their regular full time job. Normally I'd say the kids are top priority, but right now I say if 3rd grade science needs to be skipped so you can keep your job, everyone will survive.
The good news is, tomorrow is Friday which means...nothing. Every day is the same. This is our life now.
Just keep breathing. But not near anyone else.
I have to admit, it's a little funny to see everyone who thought working from home was so easy and such a luxury* freaking out on day 2 😉
I really like this one. Relatable stuff.
Yes times a million.
Just get it done. Wherever.
I think instead of skipping over Monday's work day, all of the Mondayness leaked into Tuesday, which is already known as the blah-est of all the work days. BLAH
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