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How to Break Up Time When Every Day Feels Like ‘Groundhog Day’

When you’re stuck at home, escaping monotony means getting creative

Bill Murray And Andie MacDowell In ‘Groundhog Day’
Bill Murray and Andie MacDowell in ‘Groundhog Day’. Photo: Archive Photos/Getty Images

AA few weeks into my family’s quarantine, it started to hit me just how much every day felt like a carbon copy of the one before: wake up, make coffee, juggle the demands of my work and kids, remember to eat, go to bed, repeat. Remember that movie…




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Ashley Abramson

Ashley Abramson

Writer-mom hybrid. Health & psychology stories in NYT, WaPo, Allure, Real Simple, & more.

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