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Why Slow Mornings May Be the Secret to Tech-Life Balance

Daily walks, quiet rooms, and tech-free mornings. The strategies for achieving better health in the digital age are pretty basic — but hard to achieve

Illustration: Antoine Cossé

KKristin Hancock is a “slow morning” practitioner. She keeps her phone in a separate room overnight and doesn’t pick it…




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