Working from home? Or perhaps you’re turning your workplace into an extension of your home. Arrive at the office, have a shower, make breakfast, pay the bills – sound familiar? Why have home and work blurred into one – and what are the consequences?
In the office we shop, email friends, go to the gym, have a nap and, at a pinch, have sex on the photocopier. The only thing we don’t do much of is work – according to a recent survey, 70% of the time we spend at our computers is cyber-loafing. It leaves one wondering that, if the two spaces are much of a muchness, what’s the point of having an office at all? Read more: BBC Magazine.