You made it through another week. Here’s to you. This week, we’ve got advice on how to visualize that six-foot distance better, and how to fix your home office so you don’t end up with a lot of back pain. But before we get there:
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Six feet apart is the watchword, at least for the next little while. While Philly and the surrounding region may move into the yellow phase soon, social distancing is still going to be very much a part of our lives in the weeks and months to come. Which brings up the question: What exactly does six feet look like? Grace Dickinson has some handy advice to help us stay at a safe distance from others.
More useful comparisons in Grace’s full piece.
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Your home office is wrecking your back. But it doesn’t have to be this way. Nick Vadala dug into how to fix your office set-up so you don’t destroy your body. The full piece has great advice from back experts, but here are some things you can do right now:
If you’re not a baker, you’re probably feeling it right now. With a mess of sourdough enthusiasts, baking seems to be what everyone is into right now. So it is with Jenn Ladd, who writes: “I am not a baker. I’m contractually obligated to bake once a year: I make a from-scratch chocolate-chocolate birthday cake for my husband.”
But Jenn found some user-friendly recipes for non-bakers who also don’t have yeast. If you number in this population, she’s found recipes for lemon meringue bars, homemade Oreos and no-yeast cinnamon rolls.