Work from Home Fails – #WFH
To put things bluntly, the coronavirus pandemic has been a huge pain in the a$$! Working from home and homeschooling your kids at the same time? WTF? These two activities go together like oil and water. It is nearly impossible to do both, and definitely impossible to do both well. When you end up with is an angry household of adults and kids who have done no work and learnt nothing! Well, not exactly. They’ve learnt what not to do, so as long as they learn from their mistakes, it’s not been a total waste of time. We’ve captured some of the best examples of Work from Home Fails. This way you can learn from others so that we as a species can at least progress.
This was the result of working from home with 3 toddlers in the house.
A simple task like toasting bread for your child’s breakfast becomes rocket science when you’re on a Zoom call with your boss.
Same goes for baking muffins!
And a word (picture) of warning for those trying to to do homeschool art involving hard boiling eggs for Easter egg painting.
And a second word (pic) of warning for those who didn’t heed the first warning!
Dad trying to Zoom call while making crispy cheez-its for his daughter.
Mom trying to homeschool her child while working from home.
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Another mom on a zoom call who had to leave her child for a moment during home schooling.
And Mom number 3 who tried to make dinner while working from home.
And a dad who tried to make a unicorn omelette while working from home.
At least this child knows how to express herself while her parent tries to balance homeschooling and working from home.
This “working from home” dad missed out on a few steps in the cookie recipe and made 1 big cookie.
This Mom probably skipped recipe altogether while trying to bake muffins while working from home.
Finally, the parents of this kid left her unattended while working from home and this kid managed to get little coronavirus replicas stuck in her hair. And arguably this all started with the coronavirus. Talk about coming full circle.