With just about all non-essential workers mandated to work from home, at least one local remote employee is finding new purpose in life with an extra 15 minutes to sleep and no commute.

Lauren Boggs, 28, had been frustrated with her job at a mid-sized advertising agency for a while, but her extra sleep with working from home as her rejuvenated.

“Life feels new,” she told the Hamster after finally getting out of bed 45 minutes after her alarm. “I can meet any challenge. I can climb any mountain. I can sleep an extra few minutes”

Boggs could not confirm or deny yet if she planned to sneak in a nap around lunchtime.