A WOMAN is fed up of the long, tedious commute from her bed to the kitchen table where she works.
Marketing consultant Emma Howard calculated she is losing seven-and-a-half minutes of her life to the gruelling commute, and even podcasts are no solace.
She said: “It’s the door, then the landing, then the stairs, the hall, the front room, the back room, the kitchen. Every bloody day.
“45 seconds is on a good day. The traffic can be outrageous. Cats on the stairs, the tail-end of the school run, and my husband talking loudly to his colleagues when I’m trying to get to my desk.
“There’s always a queue at the f**king coffee machine if I want one before I get in, and my chair usually has robot dinosaurs on it. By the time I arrive it’s all I can do to check my emails.
“I know the government are saying to go to work if you can but I’m not sure I can any more. The social distancing is basically non-existent.
“I’m considering a job a bit closer to home. Ideally actually under the duvet.”