In her acclaimed New York Times bestseller (and Reese’s Book Club pick) Fair Play, Eve Rodsky urged women to rebalance their domestic responsibilities and reclaim time for themselves. Her book started a national conversation and launched a movement toward greater equality on the home front…and then quarantine hit, and life as we knew it was upended. Now all of us are faced with an even more pressing question: how can we carve out a little time for ourselves? 

This personal time–what Rodsky calls Unicorn Space, what makes us interesting–isn’t just a luxury, she explains. The research is clear that it’s a necessity for our mental health, our physical well-being, and our very sense of self. You can also find her on Instagram

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