πŸ“ No Deep Work in Shared Spaces

Virginia Trioli asked the question, what have you learned from living in lockdown? I have learnt that it is very difficult to do ‘deep work’ without a wife, especially when you are trying to work in a shared space. It can be easy to say you do not have the time, but I have found finding physical and mental space a bigger challenge.

6 responses on “πŸ“ No Deep Work in Shared Spaces”

  1. Replied to No Deep Work in Shared Spaces by Aaron Davis

    I have learnt that it is very difficult to do β€˜deep work’ without a wife, especially when you are trying to work in a shared space.

    I am not doing deep work, just trying to teach online. Despite the fact I am fairly tech literate with a good connection and no children at home I am finding things really time and head space consuming. I’d be in an even worse place if I didn’t get amazing support from my wife.

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      1. Yes, also the comment arrived here looking good, mine get sent including the quote (which you didn’t have on your post as it is a note kind). I am also wondering how your comment got here? I can see any link to my site in the comments. I wonder if this one will appear on your site? I am going to look at the Buttons fork, but might look at something local too.

        1. I wonder John if the reason it did not receive the quote is instead because the u-in-reply link was within the body of the post, rather than the post properties? Always more questions πŸ™‚

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