The ideal remote working situation comes with perks like cutting out commutes, increasing quality family time and productivity and achieving a better work-life balance without losing social interaction, nuance and sense of community.
However, that is not exactly possible amidst the coronavirus pandemic. Most of us have little choice but to resort to “work from home”. Yet, self-isolation is crippling our creativity, challenging our motivation and passion, and elevating the sense of loneliness. In other words, we miss our co-working space and fellow coworkers.