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COVID-19/CoVacation-2020; How to Work from Home


There are increasing numbers of articles and posts out there to help one work from home.  My friend over at OmniRunning gave me the inspiration to add my two cents on the subject.  Thanks, Andy.

So, in this case, working from home is very simple:

  • First, take the layoff.
  • Put on your cycling kit.
  • Put on your cycling socks and shoes.
  • Put on your helmet and gloves.
  • Grab your bike and head out the freaking door.
  • Take this as the gift it is and slow down to smell spring.

*That is, of course, unless you can’t live without two weeks of a paycheck.  I realize there are, sadly, some in that boat.  Just remember, you’ll spend a lot less living at home.

Just practice social distancing… while you’re at it.  And, of course, this post assumes you’re “allowed” to cycle in the first place.  We are, so you can bet your sweet bippy I’m out there.  The two photos above are from 2019… July.  The second isn’t exactly six feet, just to be clear.  The first is unquestionably more than six.  Or two meters.

 


9 Comments

  1. Eliza says:

    For now I’m being payed although not at work. It makes me sad that others aren’t.

    Love, light, and glitter

    • bgddyjim says:

      I’m being paid till tomorrow. After that, I’m on my own. I’ve got money saved up though. Better, I’ll still have four weeks of vacation after this is over! It’s going to be a good year!

  2. Me gusta tu blog, buen trabajo👍🏻

  3. la forma de estar en forma sin moverno de nuestro hogar 💪🏾

  4. Ruth Serrano says:

    leading such an active life does provide individuals today a huge sense of controlling their mental condition amidst the many negative things that are happening today.
    Interested individuals from https://www.therisr.com/ would surely benefit well from your suggestion of remaining active even in the midst of having the need to stay home and practice social distancing to help in resolving issues brought about by COVID19.

    Again, thanks so much for your post and I do hope to read through your posts again soon.

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