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“I’ve been working at home for almost 20 years, and one of the first things I realized was that there are two camps of home workers: Those who stay in their pajamas all day, and those who don’t. I don’t.”

Some words of wisdom from author Susan Orlean who makes the case for looking presentable to enter into productivity mode. “It’s hard enough to delineate home life and work life,” she writes. “I can’t think well unless I’ve showered and put on something decent.” Turns out, Orlean may be onto something. As Marker




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