Just like she does when she goes on holiday, while working from home Sharon has her iPad stuffed with "the books I'm learning about" and the knowledge she will never, ever be bored.
"I know now while some people are flat out at home with kids and work, others are already bored and I have no understanding of that. There are so many beautiful, wonderful things to do in a day," she says.
Other than the day TCI's videographer Paul Tran dropped in for a shoot, Sharon is "completely alone 24/7 for weeks so I need a space that is conducive to my learning and my growth. I need to make sure the space represents where Im heading and not just this moment of uncertainty in the world."
Her advice? Think of your working from home space in terms of where you're living and learning—books, books books!—"not just what gets you through" the day.
"Have this sense of educational purpose flowing through your life everywhere you go," says Sharon.
"If you do that as I have for 17 years, the 17 years are going to pass anyway but what we learn along the way could be so enriching for our lives and our relationships, for how we serve the world."