#WFHWarriors: Winner Announced

Thank you to the #WFHWarriors who answered our call for creative workspace selfies, for a chance to win the latest Bose 700 noise cancelling headphones (with charging case).

These are challenging times, so thank you to all participants for opening a window into your lives with photos of your kids, your pets, your improvised offices, your impressive WFH setups.

Our judges have deliberated and are pleased to announce an Australian winner and a US winner. Congratulations to …

Chloe from Victoria, Australia

Caption: Working from home goals VS reality.

Chloe made us green with envy with her gorgeous plant-filled desk space. Then she showed us the realities of the daily grind. Thank you for sharing.

Chloe with her new headphones.

Chip from Berkeley, US

Caption: No virtual background needed in my home office!

Chip is enjoying the landscape indoors with a model train setup, complete with mural of the hills and surrounds. We hope he can eventually use the noise-cancelling headphones on a train trip as picturesque as this one.

Chip with his new headphones.

Please enjoy this gallery of some of the entries:

Sarah, WA: “Four year old setting the tone for Daddy’s important meeting as he works to keep the lights on for everyone in Western Australia during Covid-19.”
Dan, WA: “They didn’t really assist but cool to hang out with.”
Cara, SA: “Today’s working from home office. Just had to spend today by the fire, despite all the noise from the rain on the tent. Luckily the rain stopped just in time for my video conference. #belltentliving”
Don: “My keyboard is resting on three pieces of 3mm plywood taped together.”
Josh: “Find the place where no one can disturb you!! Proudly made the master bathroom our new study.”
Natsuko, WA: “People can see me working hard when video chatting, but I have lots of entertainment behind the scenes.”

Omgken: “Only the laptop is working.”
Kylie: “WFH or daydreaming?”
Jason: “Valuable assistants.”
Nickolas, NSW: “Proving WFH can actually be productive.”
Ben, QLD: “Much like Google HQ I have many work spaces, including quiet zones, inspirational pods, think tanks and the traditional work station. Here is a selection.”
Vito, NSW: “I’m in a #StayAtHome household of 5 comprising 2 other people working from home and 2 university students all in Zoom mode. This is the little patch of real estate I’ve managed to stake a claim to.”
Perrin: “My PA (pictured) and myself do not have any decent headphones. Makes it exceptionally hard to work when the PA is loudly snoring behind me. Help!”
Lorant: “My corner of sanity.”
Ethan: “No calc, back to abacus.”
Alison: “I like to keep my workspace pretty minimal. My WFH essentials are cozy jumpers, pretty houseplants, a notebook, my iPad, coffee and most importantly earphones so I can work in peace!”
Sam: “I take my homeduties and work seriously.”
Ricardo: “Hi, I’m Ric but you can call me Jack…Jack of all trades. I’m the resident Jamie Oliver/Durie, Maria Kondo, barista, bartender, dog walker and oh my day job is the IT guy helping everyone stay connected in the household and coworkers WFH.”

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