After many false alarms, this time it seems real: People are back in their offices, at least part of the week. Even offices in New York City were nearly half full last week.

That means much of a work-from-home lifestyle — one that people settled into over two-and-a-half years — needs to be undone or readjusted.

No more midday dog walks or meeting the kids at the bus stop everyday or ferrying them to after school activities or working out at 2 p.m. between meetings.

The New York Times is working on an article about this adjustment and how it is playing out for workers and managers. We want to hear from those who recently returned to an office after working from home for most of the pandemic. How are you and your family adjusting after two-and-a-half years of largely being away from the office?

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