They say it’s best if you don’t work where you sleep

I say, oops

Buster Benson
🏡 wfh
Published in
3 min readApr 30, 2024

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It makes sense why studies have found that working and sleeping in the same place can lead to sleep issues as well as a variety of other mental health issues related to poor work-life balance. We’re creatures that chronically underestimate the role of context and environment on our well being. I understand this, intellectually. And yet…

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Buster Benson
🏡 wfh

Product at @Medium. Author of “Why Are We Yelling? The Art of Productive Disagreement”. Also: busterbenson.com, new.750words.com, and threads.net/@bustrbensn