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With Remote Work, How Necessary Is City Living?

A conversation with author, data journalist, and early remote work proponent Christopher Ingraham on telework and why he believes remote work is the future.

Toggl

An Update on Our New Color Scheme

We received some user feedback that our new palette was making our product less accessible. We want to reassure everyone who reached out that we take this feedback seriously.

Work / Life

How to Relax Away From the Screen

What does self-care look like when it is not possible to go to the gym or to visit the bar with friends, and you’re also trying to reduce screen time?

Work / Life

5 Things I Learned About Working From Home When I Was Too Scared to Leave My Home

Not long before my 22nd birthday, I went from being a social butterfly to a prisoner in my own home. No, I’m not talking about lockdown; this was in 2012, long before that. With apparently no rhyme or reason, I was diagnosed with agoraphobia.

Toggl

If Programming Languages Were Games [Comic]

The only difference between programming and games is that games have win conditions. But if programming languages were games, JavaScript would clearly be Counter-Strike.

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How Food Choices Can Affect Your Focus, Productivity, and Stress Levels

Have you ever felt listless and unmotivated after a big meal (like Thanksgiving), or tried to slog your way through a meeting right after lunch? Then you know, in a way, that what you eat can profoundly affect your productivity and focus.

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Is the Lack of Pockets in Women’s Clothing Hurting Their Productivity?

Something women deal with on a daily basis that could impact our productivity is ubiquitous in women’s fashion: the lack of pockets.

Work / Life

10 Lessons for Navigating Workplace Relationships from Esther Perel

Perel is a psychotherapist and New York Times bestselling author who is perhaps best known for her work on romantic relationships. In this podcast, however, she brings her expertise on modern relationships to the workplace.

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Adapting to a Virtual High School Classroom

As a high school teacher, I knew I was lucky in that I could keep my job and work from home during the coronavirus pandemic. At the same time, it has not been easy.

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The Creative Benefits of Embracing Boredom

I grew up in the mid-2000s in a household that used dial-up internet. Thankfully, this meant that I had a childhood that largely took place offline. But things changed rapidly when the 2010s rolled around.

Work / Life

How to Take a Digital Break When Your Job is Online

I’ve been working from home as a freelance journalist for two years and I’m acutely aware of how my work hours have only increased in the past few months. My days have melted into nights.

Work / Life

8 Tips for Successfully Working from Home with Kids

When the coronavirus pandemic shut down workplaces and schools with little notice, working parents like me had to scramble to figure out a way to be efficient employees and mindful parents. Kids threw an endearing wrench into the works. Suddenly, I was given no other choice but to homeschool.