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Some attempt working in mattress throughout pandemic; Above the Law founder says why not?



Working from mattress works for many individuals staying house throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, together with Above the Law founder David Lat, now a legal recruiter and author.

In a Twitter post, Lat linked to a New York Times story on working in mattress and wrote, “I’m not sure why, but I’m more productive in bed than at my desk—maybe I’m more relaxed and less paralyzed by anxiety. Try it!”

Some individuals who replied to Lat stated they’re additionally followers of working in mattress.

“I used to write appellate briefs in bed,” wrote one retired lawyer. “Worked for me.”

“Thank you for validating my experience,” wrote one other Twitter consumer. “Nice sheets help. I only leave my bed office for Zoom meetings.”

But not everybody was on the mattress bandwagon.

“Well done!” one individual tweeted. “I don’t think I would have a chance between books and naps.”

The New York Times reported that Edith Wharton, William Wordsworth, Marcel Proust and Truman Capote wrote prose and verse from their beds. Media government Arianna Huffington has additionally labored from mattress throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.

The New York Times acknowledged that sleep specialists suggest banning digital gadgets from the bed room however stated thousands and thousands of Americans are defying that steerage.

“They are drafting legal documents, producing events, holding client calls, coding, emailing, studying and writing, all from under the covers,” the New York Times reported.


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