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You Still Need an After-Work Routine When Working From Home

4 steps for separating work from play

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I used to believe there was no such thing as work-life balance. Workdays would often become work nights, and I’d be okay with that. I’d muscle through creative projects, figuring dinner, chores, and texts from friends could wait.

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