When office workers across America (and around the world) started working remotely six months ago, my life didn’t change as much as some people’s. I’ve run my business, a creative marketing agency, from home since 2003. My colleagues and I have become adept at long-distance connecting. So as everyone adjusted, practically overnight, to conference calls and virtual meetings and digital collaboration, I smugly thought . . .

“No big deal. Been there, done that.”

Of course, I missed leisure activities, but as far as my workday was concerned it was business-as-usual — despite these very unusual times. Except for one hour every day. For years, I’ve carved out time between clients and copywriting to drive over to our local Y and work out. Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays I enjoyed lunchtime yoga. Tuesdays and Thursdays (plus most…

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