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Flex Life

There are no alarms in the morning. Plus, now when I have to work late, I am still able to have diner, put the kids to bed and meet deadlines all that the same time. – Dana Levy  Positively Purging-I … Continue reading

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Strangers on a Train

We met on a train from Paris to Barcelona. Sitting next to one another, we argued over who could use the power outlet. “Désolé, je crois que c’est a moi.” (“Sorry, I think it’s mine.”) Instant crush. A perfect, flirtatious, … Continue reading

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Silver Linings From 2020

To the Editor: Guess it would be: I’m working from home! I’m working from home! I’m working from home! No hurry-up breakfast force-feeding. No cold car. No lunch packing. Working in sweatpants. Less laundry. Happy pets. Screw the makeup. Bad-hair … Continue reading

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Decompress now that your commute is gone

A commute helps you prepare for the day ahead and decompress after a long workday. Here are four ways to create a similar buffer and properly recharge while working from home. Keep the tradition. Re-create your old mornings: Sip coffee, listen … Continue reading

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