A telling passage about the return to normal . . .
Here's a local lady admitting that she'd rather live in a van than go back to her desk job . . .
"She spent the first four months of 2021 living on the road, and she is now home in Platte City, Missouri, working and preparing to purchase an upgraded van so she can return to her travels sometime this summer. While living in her van, she would clean and clean, but the van would get dirty again as soon as the wind blew. Eventually, she said, you just learn to live a little bit dirtier."
Of course there's a downside . . .
As we've noted previously, if you can do your job from your laptop, so can some guy from India. And cheaper.
However . . . As workers leave the office, there could be more opportunities for local small biz in the real world . . .
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As offices shut down for Covid, workers bought vans and hit the road -- and some don't want to return
When Erica Horn received a work email in May 2020 saying her company would be fully remote for the next year, she knew right away it was time to live out her long-held dream of living out of a van.