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Don’t dress for comfort when working from home—dress for joy

Katherine Ellen Foley
·1 min read
A woman with red hair holds up a grey cat in a bee costume. The cat is not particularly happy.
A woman with red hair holds up a grey cat in a bee costume. The cat is not particularly happy.

One of the small perks of not seeing anyone over the course of the pandemic has been that I no longer care what I look like. Rather: I no longer care what other people think about what I look like—specifically, my choice of clothing. For the first time in my adult life, I’ve started dressing…

 

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