You work for a big-name company that’s on the up and up. You love what you do, your wage is good and your office is swanky. There’s just one problem: your boss is the spiritual reincarnation of Kim Jong-il.
Mobile devices mean we can work anywhere and anytime, but that doesn’t mean that’s in any way a good idea. A new survey suggests that we’re gradually recognising this, with fewer of us checking our emails at home or working regularly outside the office.
Declaring “bankruptcy” — effectively abandoning what’s left behind and then starting again — can be a useful technique for dealing with everything from email to laundry. But what happens if you declare bankruptcy on your entire to-do list?