What Happens When No One Monitors Your Hours?

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My temp job has ended and I couldn’t be more relieved. I mean, it wasn’t the worst thing that’s ever happened to me, and the people were really nice, but being back in an office environment sucks. In the first week of working I wrote that, Being Back in the Office Is as Bad as I Thought It Would Be, and followed up with Week 2 of Being Back in the

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Writer. Maker. Featured in Medium’s 2021 list of Stories That Started Conversations. I write about life. https://www.mariashimizuchristensen.com

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Maria Shimizu Christensen

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Writer. Maker. Featured in Medium’s 2021 list of Stories That Started Conversations. I write about life. https://www.mariashimizuchristensen.com

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