Staying home

Did you get sent home to work remotely? Don’t worry, the same happened to most of us, too. Let’s try to make the most of it in case this trench warfare is prolonged. There are fortunately some positive aspects here as well. Read the full story

Did you get sent home to work remotely? Don’t worry, the same happened to most of us, too. Let’s try to make the most of it in case this trench warfare is prolonged. There are fortunately some positive aspects here as well.

You only need comfortable clothes

When you work remotely, nobody really cares what you’re wearing, so, you can fully embrace comfort. As long as you don’t flash your underwear in the middle of a video conference, you can wear hipsters or boxer briefs throughout the day. At least something wonderfully liberating. In case your home office is a bit chilly for just the undies, relaxing clothes like t-shirts together with a merino wool hoodie are quite nice. You won’t freeze your bum if you put merino wool leggings or long johns underneath everything.

Merino wool is a fantastic material even at home. Feels really nice on your skin, adapts to various temperatures, and doesn’t need to be washed that often. Our merino wool is also mulesing-free, so it is a very ethical choice. The same clothes are also suitable for outdoor use.

Eating at home is cheaper

There are no free lunches but eating at home is at least more affordable. If some damn apocalypse prepper has hoarded the shelves empty at your local supermarket, check out our outdoor food section. There might be some stuff that you could use at home, too.

Better for the environment

This terrible plague is a very serious thing and we might feel its impact for very long. If you have to find something positive about it, at least the environmental impact of travel has decreased, which is really good. Maybe we can develop this remote work culture further when this pandemic is napalmed to death. When you work remotely, you also don’t need such a huge array of clothes. By buying good-quality merino wool, you decrease the environmental impact even further.

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