As have many of you, I've spent the majority of my time working from home over the past year (and not a day of furlough), and that includes moving to a different country (yes, Wales is a different country) and a change of job.
At my current post, we have the online Tolleys subscription, and so access to the legislation was there. However, last week the paper copies of the Yellow Books arrived at the office, and today they arrived at my home (I'm the only one that really digs into the legislation), and I'm so happy to have them here.
I can now pageflip and cross reference to my heart's content without flipping backwards and forwards through multiple browser tabs. As an added bonus, if I know the precise legislation I need, a book is so much faster than online.
But does that make me a tax legislation geek?
I expect TD will be along and may even agree with me. She does, at least, sound like someone after my own heart in this regard.