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Ah, the famous ‘commute to the office’. Once, one of the most annoying bits of city existence. Now, a physical boundary between ‘work’ and ‘other life’ that many of us bitterly miss. For the Londoners who’ve been working from home for nearly a year now, crowded tubes, delayed buses, power walks and emergency Ubers are a thing of the past. In their place? A few slow steps from bed to desk, stopping by the bathroom for a quick brush of the teeth. Perhaps you’re even working from bed? (In which case we’re very proud of you.)
If all this wfh-ing is making you nostalgic for the quirks of your old journey to work (The sights! The smells! The people!), you’re not alone. To prove that fact, here's the stuff we miss.
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