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typically, the moderate vernacular lifestyle of middle-age people spend the majority of their time at their workplace. allotting anywhere from 8 to 16 hours dedicated to working the job, usually means being at home becomes secondary. even the commute to work every day would absorb a chunk of time, yet people continue to make the distinction between the office and their private dwelling. a few have learned that the office and the home can be synonymous. ones who use their home as a place of business may often find that handling time to be free-form, without the confines of management guidelines as set in corporate offices. where do we find a comfortable balance from the hustle n’ bustling to the laxed’ hippish?

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