Life In Quarantine - ‘Not Having To Travel To Work Is A Blessing'
The Morning Standard|May 02, 2020
I have been working from home ever since the lockdown began. It has been a little difficult to work like this; managing via Internet and not having physical meetings. But it has allowed us all to take the bull by the horns and make the most of the situation we are thrown in. Also, I must concede that not having to commute through traffic during peak hours is a blessing!
Rajkumari Sharma Tankha

My family consists of me, my daughter Danica, my three dogs and three cats, and all of us are under complete lockdown at our residence. I cherish the time I have got to spend at home, it has enabled me to cook my favourite recipes, spend time talking to my friends and pamper my pets. It has also given my time to play board games with my daughter and home school her.

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