Meditation App Calm Has Released a Soundscape Inspired by “The Office”
Remote working has been the norm for many of us for almost two years now, and while some people are beginning to head back to the office, it can be hard to stay motivated. Whether you’re still working from your home office space or are heading back to your work building to finally reunite with your co-workers in the break room, sleep and meditation app Calm is bringing the sound of “The Office” to, well, the office with its new soundscape inspired by Dunder Mifflin Paper Company, Inc. and its employees, in partnership with Peacock.
If you’ve always dreamed of spending a day with Michael Scott, Kelly Kapoor, Dwight Schrute, and Jim and Pam Halpert, now you can. The streamer and popular app have teamed up to create a relaxing and motivational soundscape, complete with office sounds and easter eggs from the sitcom, to bring the fun of your favorite Scranton office to your own workspace.
“The workplace can be a little chaotic,” reads the post announcing the collaboration. “Relax with the team at Dunder Mifflin,”
Fans can hear a sample of the inspired soundscape on Calm’s Instagram account, featuring classic but oddly calming office sounds such as ringing phones, papers shuffling, and keyboard typing, before Pam can be heard saying: “Dunder Mifflin, this is Pam,”
The full version of the exclusive soundscape is available to Calm members now. If you want even more from the Dunder Mifflin gang, all nine seasons of “The Office” can be streamed now, exclusively on Peacock.
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