Can You Be Too Connected? Part 2
After catching herself rushing through her daughters' bedtime stories so that she could get back to her computer one evening, journalist Maggie Jackson decided to take a hard look at her work/life balance. Jackson, then a workplace columnist for the Associated Press, had made setting aside time for her daughters a priority. Yet thanks to e-mail, cell phones, and the other instant communications devices most professions require these days, work had wormed its way into her precious home life.
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