Everyday challenges of working from home

Me, yesterday. (Artist's impression).

Me, yesterday. (Artist’s impression).

I work from home. Actually, my studio is a converted toilet. (Don’t worry. Other toilets are available.) It’s just sort of off the kitchen across a corridor. My husband also works from home. And sometimes, while I’m in a recording session, he’s in the kitchen, jiggling crockery for kicks.

Here’s a quick insight into the challenges of being a voiceover with a home studio.

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