Answering Work Emails at Home is Making You Sick, and Other News

We feel ya, dude. Image via pointclearnetworks.com.
We feel ya man. Take some Emergen-C. Image via pointclearnetworks.com.
  • Outside reports: “The compulsion to respond to emails and other communication after work hours has been dubbed ‘telepressure’ by a recent study published in the Journal of Occupational Health Psychology that found the practice can make you less healthy and less productive.”
  • What to do? Power down and go look at architecture, IRL. The Atlantic reported this week that “looking at buildings designed for purposes of contemplation—like museums, churches, and libraries—may have positive measurable effects on mental state.”
  • The “war on plaid” rages on in San Francisco offices.
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