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6 Dec 2020, 8:00am I run to keep fit, but I hate it
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No one would argue that running isn’t good for you, but do we really have to pretend to like it, too? For the 126th time this year, I turn the corner by the rowing club and begin the climb towards Stamford Hill. I have half a kilometre to go. Mist has settled on the river to my left, where waterfowls, Egyptian geese and a single, stately heron have gathered by some rushes in a dazzlingly pretty scene for Haringey in late November. They likely make some pleasant noises, but only the fortunes of HMS Royal Oak reach my ears, as my earphones sizzle with its battle against four French frigates near the Bight of Benin in the War of 1812. I am trying to enjoy myself. Last November, with the
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6 Dec 2020, 4:00am Sleeping on the job: how a quick nap makes us more efficient
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While working from home have you had a cheeky nap? Don’t feel guilty. Research shows a brief kip boosts productivity. But will it catch on in the office? Naps need to hire a publicist. Not in China, where desk-side snoozes are a constitutional right; Japan, where
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6 Dec 2020, 3:00am Goa party leader hopes to swing the siesta vote
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The Forward Party’s Vijai Sardesai says he will make a one-hour power nap mandatory if he becomes chief minister When Goan politician Vijai Sardesai pronounces the word
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6 Dec 2020, 1:00am Soon after we moved to France, my husband died. Now I feel so lost | Dear Mariella
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You are dealing with the awful paralysis of grief, says Mariella Frostrup. You need to learn to co-exist with it, not let it devour you
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