7 things she taught us about working at home.

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It’s a new week, and many of us have now made the switch from working in an office to working from our homes.

And look – it’s ok to admit if you’re finding it a bit of a struggle. Struggling to concentrate, struggling to ignore your partner’s phone conference going on in the other room, struggling to turn your living area into a functional workspace…

So while we all try to adapt as best we can, who better to look to for some inspiration than the original WFH muse, Carrie Bradshaw?

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Carrie famously worked as a freelance dating columnist for the fictional New York Star – a gig she managed from the comfort of her bougie Upper East Side apartment, and one that seems to have single-handedly funded her designer wardrobe, shoe addiction, cigarette habit and busy social life.

And while much has been written about…

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