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There Is a Right Way to Multitask, According to Brain Science

Yes, it’s possible to effectively do two things at once

Young woman multitasking talking on the phone while washing dishes.
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These days, my life feels like a jumble of more roles than I can keep track of: husband, father, employee, freelance writer. I’ve been trying to carve out time for myself, but there always seems to be something that needs my attention.

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