Working from home has been a close shave, writes KYLIE LANG
I’VE shaved my legs. Six weeks of working from home, and 16 razor blades later, the job is done.
Could it be there are lots of women with jobs that, preCOVID-19, required them to venture outside the home and interact with countless people daily, yet who have brazenly abandoned razors and tweezers in lockdown?
We have to consider this to be a distinct possibility.
Because I’ve heard reports of women, in their droves, ditching makeup. I know!
But really, who needs 31 lipsticks when you don’t need to wear even one? The dog doesn’t care if you’re painting your lips Russian Red, Lady Danger or Please Me.
This reality hit home when decluttering my bathroom cupboards on a recent weekend of going nowhere.
Which weekend it was I can’t be certain, or perhaps it was a Wednesday.
It’s all been quite revolutionary.
And now that restrictions are being relaxed somewhat, I wonder what else we can jettison without much regret.
If there’s one thing this crisis has taught me – and I ex