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Take disconnected breaks to help you go further

Your brain can't work for 8 hours straight. So get out and give it what it wants.
Take disconnected breaks to help you go further
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How I Quit Burnout issue #31 (Get it in your inbox next Tuesday)

My story

One of the biggest blessings of working from home is that the barrier between my work location and outside has much less friction. In the office, you have to escape, go down the elevator, participate in awkward small talk, and fight through the streets and stoplights to take a walk.

It was too much work so many of us never left the office during the day.

At home, it has become one of the most critical elements that powers me. I can easily go outside and take a walk, water my garden, or even run an errand. All of these activities (and more) provide a necessary escape from the workday.

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