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Time for change

Big cities have long been known for tall buildings dotting its skyline. We know most major cities by these landmarks. Now that most of these office spaces lay unused or empty, what does the future hold for them, for us?

Working remotely from home has its perils. Staring at the same walls can lead to binge cleaning, redecorating or moving out. But the benefits of doing your job without the stressors of commuting, navigating office politics or having to do your hair every day may outweigh the speed bumps.

The extra hours we are pocketing allow us to take part of the healing balm of reflection. What do we value? How do we want to mark the precious moments allotted us? How do we want to expend our energy? With whom do we want to share it?

Having to reevaluate our existence by how we spend our time may just bring about the opportunity to make change.

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