'Can You Hear Me?' The Annoyances That Lead To Zoom Burnout

Enlarge this image

Working from home can be monotonous and draining. If we make room for things that bring us joy again, we might actually start feeling more productive. JDawnInk/Getty Images

JDawnInk/Getty Images

Kristy Miller’s dogs, Oreo and Dabo, often start barking right on cue when she joins a Zoom call from her home.

And much too often, Miller hears herself ask a single, exasperated question over the piercing yaps of her dogs: “Can you hear me?”

During the pandemic, like a lot of people, Miller has

→ Continue reading at NPR - Technology

More from author

Related posts

Advertisment

Latest posts

This Versatile Bag is Made for All Summer Travel

From business trips to camping trips, the Rolo Roll-Up has you covered. Grow Your Business, Not Your Inbox Stay informed...

The housing market is on fire. The Fed keeps adding gasoline

Despite surging home prices that are rising at the fastest pace on record, the Federal Reserve continues to prop up the housing market by...

Whicker: To make a memory, Clippers dissolve a 2015 nightmare

What goes around comes around, even if it takes a six-year orbit, even if most of us thought there would be an NFL team...