Don't confuse this current arrangement with more typical remote working circumstances

Ideal remote work normally doesn't involve the entire family being stuck in the house nearly 24/7, fighting for privacy + Internet access

Heck it may not even require you to be at home or office, maybe a nice nearby cafe or library or study area with Wi-Fi

Don't want this experience to be sour grapes for those struggling with WFH, and end in imposing mandatory office work upon thriving remote workers

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