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Andy Cohen Is "No Longer Getting Dressed For Work"
The Watch What Happens Live host has a very cozy work-from-home vibe.
If you’re having a hard time getting dressed in actual clothes every morning while working from home, you are definitely not alone. Andy Cohen seems to have stopped getting dressed completely.
Like many people around the world who are required to stay home from their workplaces in order to practice social distancing, The Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen host is currently working from his impressive home office as he records his SiriusXM radio show, Andy Cohen Live. Throughout the week, Andy has been sharing daily outfit photos, and the trend seems to be that he’s getting increasingly comfortable with each passing day.
By day two, Andy was rocking a graphic tee and a pair of grey sweats. (And his son, Ben, made an appearance, too!)
But on the third day, Andy was wearing only a robe. “Day three of Radio-from-home and I’m no longer getting dressed for work…” he wrote.
Speaking of working from home, The Real Housewives of New York City alum Bethenny Frankel recently shared some tips for how to stay positive and productive when you’re forced to work outside of your normal office. She suggested limiting the amount of time you spend on social media, and hunkering down in a place you can focus to get as much done as possible.
Bethenny also mentioned that it’s important not to be too hard on yourself if things aren’t going as planned.
“I always say, ‘All roads lead to Rome,’ which means you will get derailed and may hit a roadblock, but as long as you’re moving forward and staying positive and being productive, you’ll end up getting to where you want to get to,” said Bethenny.
For the latest, most accurate information on the coronavirus pandemic, go to the World Health Organization (WHO) website. And tune in to “NBC News Special Report: Coronavirus Pandemic” with Lester Holt on Thursday, March 19 at 10/9c on MSNBC or NBC News to get all the up-to-date information you need.