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How to stay sane when you — and your spouse — work at home

Baby boomers moving into semi-retirement or new careers often find themselves working at least some of the time from home — and maybe sharing the space with their spouse or significant other. That might entail more togetherness than a couple originally bargained for. Some delicate maneuvering and careful planning, however, can maintain peace, productivity and...
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