These "but commutes are good actually!" articles are really cheesing me off. They all boil down to people enjoying dedicated break time where they have no work or personal responsibilities. You don't need a commute for that, you need boundaries.

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@maxeddy there's good reasons not to want to work at home, but I can (and do) use that time for a walk right now and it's so good and I just have to do it (which is hard sometimes)

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@platypus @maxeddy the mortifying ordeal of being outside without specific intent to be going anywhere

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