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Pretend to Be Mister Rogers, and Other Ways to Separate Your Work and Life at Home

An “always on” existence can be extremely draining

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When you work where you live, the effort to separate work life from personal life can feel like a bit of a performance: You’re hiding your PJs under a professional blazer, or throwing a green screen in front of your household mess. That’s why…




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Alexandra Samuel

Alexandra Samuel

Author, Remote Inc: How To Thrive at Work…Wherever You Are. Tech speaker. Writer & data journalist for Wall Street Journal, Harvard Business Review & more.

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