The Fun Quirks Couples Learn About One Another When Working From Home
The COVID-19 outbreak is forcing unexpected changes
Like many professional couples living through the coronavirus pandemic, Ronald Sayers and partner Janell Verdream have had to make adjustments to life working from home.
The couple, who live in New Albany, Ohio, bought TV trays to serve as desks. If either has a conference call, he or she retreats to their bedroom for privacy. When they need to get projects done, they plug in headphones and grind away.
Sayers and Verdream – like many couples nationwide – are discovering some hilarious, interesting quirks about how they work, as well as their spouses.
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