Work for me used to be about 45% home, 45% seeing customers, and one day a week in the local office (Fridays, when our consultants aren't traveling and we all want to hang out). Now it's 100% home. Most of my peers are geographically dispersed, so we had just started weekly Virtual Happy Hours about six weeks ago. How prescient was that? I'm going a little bananas being off the road, but everything is virtual. It's tough to make connections over the phone and video conferencing, but that's our new normal for a while.
All of the consultants on my projects are working remotely. I've heard that we have just a couple out of our 500+ consultants that are still showing up at up at customer sites. I'm hoping we can pull all of them back home. The rest of the company (consulting is only about 500 out of 12,000 associates) are working from home, all around the world. Most of the company actually works remote every day, so we're lucky to have a great remote work culture.
I'm playing whenever I can with my younger daughter. Even though the older one is home, she doesn't want to touch her clubs if she's within 50 miles of our house. She's stricly a vacation golfer now.