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Coronavirus Memes & More for Working at Home
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Along with tragedy there can be comedy.
COVID-19 is not funny at all, to say the least. Fortunately, some people have nevertheless created some pretty humorous coronavirus content. Some of it is intentionally funny; some of it is not.
The 10 coronavirus memes, videos and gifs that I’ve curated here can give all of us a short, lighthearted break from our new grim reality. Those of us who work at home – both seasoned freelancers as well as the millions of people new to working from home – will especially appreciate these.
Memes, Gifs and Videos
Sorry, Earth is closed right now. Try again later. (I made this meme myself.)
Seeing your coworkers remotely now rather than in person may give you a totally different perspective of them.
People in occupations in which you don’t ordinarily work at home are working at home. Some more successfully than others.
You may find working at home to be quite enjoyable and relaxing.
Or you may find it to be a lot more work than home.
Hopefully, what happened to this work-at-home dad won’t happen to you.
Working for yourself at home suits some personality types better than others.
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So if you’re new to working at home, be aware that it may take some time to adjust. At first, your expectations may not be your reality.
— Sleepy (@stephy_wawa) March 16, 2020
We’re all new at this, so this global pandemic starter kit is a really good idea.
Finally, whoever you are and wherever you work, if you’re not an expert on coronavirus, don’t feel bad.
I hope you enjoyed these coronavirus memes. If you want ideas for how to make working at home a permanent reality for yourself, you can find 55 work-from-home jobs right here. If you could use some tips on how to successfully work at home, you find some here.
Sabina Lohr is a lifelong freelancer turned entrepreneur who created World of Freelancers to help others discover how to work for themselves online and live the freelance lifestyle. She’s always really enjoyed the freedom that freelancing brings, including several years on and off of working online while traveling and living abroad.
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Working from home has never been a struggle for me as for a freelancer. But still I can relate to all the memes! There are tons of memes on Pinterest.