Time lost or time found (11) / #100DaysToOffload

This post is Day 11 of my #100DaysToOffload challenge. Want to get involved? Find out more at 100daystooffload.com.

With over 6 months working remotely, working at home, working from home, location independent working (except we’re not independent, we’re at home), we’ve all come to understand one basic truth. We’re working harder, and often longer than when we were in the office. But we’ve lost the valuable time we used to have between the meetings, either for a comfort break (without having to tell everyone you need it), fresh air as you walk between buildings, a social chat over the kettle or in the cafe line, etc.

The wonderful Maha Bali, a contributor to the #EdTechRations book, wrote about this recently in her article ‘Give Yourself the 5 Minutes You Lost During COVID‘. Whether you’ve witnessed or experienced it as much as some of us, I’m sure you’ve noticed the rush to exit one online meeting, Zoom or Teams or another such video conference/call tool, in order to get to the next. And the lost time we all feel as a result.

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