Simple, Effective Grounding Practices for Remote Workers

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This is an anxiety-provoking time. The coronavirus pandemic is unlike anything any of us has experienced, and it has led to increased stress for many. But data show that even before the outbreak, remote workers were more susceptible to work-related anxieties. Sure, it’s nice to skip a soul-crushing commute, but a 2017 European Foundation study found that remote workers generally feel more stress than do office workers. Specifically, slightly more than 30 percent of home-based workers reported feeling stress “always” or “most of the time” while working, compared with less than 25 percent of office workers. About 42

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