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Here's how to improve your work-from-home nutrition
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Here's how to improve your work-from-home nutrition

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During the pandemic, you may have had to switch your work from the office to your home. Buzz60’s Mercer Morrison has the story.

One of the perks of working from home is that you get to work in an environment free of the various daily distractions of the office.

However, as more professionals have started working from home, they have noticed an exponential rise in the number of video calls and virtual meetings. This creates workday schedules that are jampacked and to-do lists that are constantly getting longer. Sure, there are fewer workplace-related distractions, but that doesn’t mean our days are any less busy. If anything, they’re busier than ever.

With all these demands, taking time to eat lunch could be the first thing sacrificed in the name of getting more work done. But this bad habit can have a major negative impact on productivity, mood and overall health.

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