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The daily commute to work may be more important to mental health than we thought

The daily commute to work may be more important to mental health than we thought
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The daily commute to work may be more important to mental health than we thought. The commute was time to prep or time to unwind and that time is now gone so If rolling out of bed and going straight to work is getting monotonous, you might want to try a “fake commute.

Go for a walk, taking 15 minutes to meditate before logging in – it can be anything, just as long as it differentiates the time spent living at home from your time working there.

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