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  • Creative hobbies can help us at work
  • Creative hobbies can help us at work
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Creative hobbies can help us at work

According to a new study, hobbies which allow our creativity to prosper are not only fun, but can help us perform better at work. When faced with demanding work, engaging in creative activities outside of work can help people recover from stress and be better at their job. 



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