As I write this article, numerous other tasks are piling up on my desk, on to-do lists scribbled on my office whiteboard, and in multiple tabs and applications on my computer. I work on these tasks and projects between the meetings and classes lined up in my calendar. At 5pm, I turn off my computer and race home for my second shift: driving the kids to piano lessons and sports, shopping for groceries, cooking dinner, and doing laundry. In the moments between these tasks I check email on my phone, and at night, after the kids are tucked in, I…
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