At the end of a day of writing, emailing, and conducting more meetings than I'd like via video-conference, my back hurts, my eyes are glazed, and I feel drained and dissociated. If I calculate hours of face time, I must admit that my computer is my closest companion. Unfortunately, I feel I'm not my best self during the many hours we share; I'm hunched over, arms gathered closely in front of my body, staring silently ahead, movement limited to, for the most part, poking and prodding with my fingertips. I leave our time together feeling drained and dissatisfied; my…
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