Kids don’t care about deadlines

Rosalind Tulloch
2A Publishing Ltd

Working from home with young kids has been a delight.

I hope you can sense the sarcasm in this statement. Following the closure of the schools, nurseries and all the parks, I did wonder how I would manage to get a magazine to print every four weeks.

Many of my coveted team were furloughed, and it’s not as easy bouncing ideas off my, now slightly feral, children, although some of their actions have inspired articles.

I work in 37 second increments during the day between refereeing fights, but I have still managed to meet deadlines despite their best efforts to stop this.

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