The Research

Note: this is Part Two of Annie’s quest to improve her quality of life by moving her office job to a remote work gig. Check out Part One here. As Annie settles in with her chamomile tea and favorite hoodie, she dreams of waking up to the same tea and hoodie and magically transforming this comfortable,

The Idea

remote work
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