It dawned on me after about the first numerous months of the pandemic that I really needed my own space. Working from the a/c of my condo was not as self-explanatory as I once thought. I had always sort of looked down my nose at those in the business who chose to labor remotely. I thought it was just a bunch of people who wanted to labor in their pajamas and do the minimum. It was those of us that fought it out all afternoon inside the zone controlled HVAC of the office that were the real backbone of the business. Such sizable ego talk always comes with a sizable dose of karma. I sure got mine when they shut down that office with the zone controlled HVAC due to Covid. Trying to labor from condo was utter chaos at the start. I’m just fortunate that this was the case for all of us when the people I was with and I started. Thankfully, I started to get the hang of the online meetings and was able to find a rhythm with my team. That was important and made working inside the a/c of my condo a lot more structured. Still, I lacked privacy and space to really focus and lock down on the sizable challenges that I get paid well to consider. Then it just hit me. I got in my car one evening after I shut off the tablet for the afternoon and made my way to the locale where they sell the prefab storage units with the windows and a porch. The ones that are pretty expensive but they just drop off in your back yard. That’s what I did and I had it wired for electricity as well. Then the HVAC business came out to install a ductless heat pump for a/c and heating comfort.