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Thank you… For canceling festivals but not music. Meetings but not communication. Flights but not memories. Dates but not love. Church but not hope. Human interaction but not kindness. Sporting events but not a catch with Dad. Thank you for evening the playing field… For pulling back the curtain and letting in the light. For opening my eyes to what’s important. And who. For showing me it’s not CEO’s and billionaires who will save us. It’s janitors, nurses, doctors, grocery, and food workers. Thank you for showing me beauty in unexpected places...  For showing me how to listen to the...

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And no – it’s not because you’re quarantined and can’t buy toilet paper. That's a tragedy all on its own. Over the past few days, I've run a survey asking “Are You Happy.” The results have been pouring in and I’m beyond grateful for those of you who reached out or completed the survey... I found three common trends as to why people are unhappy. Here they are: 1. Freedom  This can be financial freedom or more time to do things you love. If you lack freedom, like you have little control over how your time is spent, it will be tough to find happiness most...

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In an ideal world, you’d wake up Sunday morning and do absolutely nothing and love every second of it. I mean, even God himself rested on Sunday, why shouldn’t you?  At most, maybe you’d take your dog on a hike and hope to god no one tries to talk to you about the weather. Then, depending on your mood, brunch with a few humans you can actually stand to be around. As the bottomless mimosas are in full swing, you suddenly don’t have a care in the world. The good life has arrived. Feeling a little risky with the liquid...

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It’s the new year and let’s pretend for a moment this is the year you’ll crush your dreams and finally buy your mom that trip to Tahiti you’ve been promising her... Or, maybe, clear your student loan debt so you can stop eating frozen waffles for dinner. Or buy a house so you can stop paying rent to that weird landlord who has a bunch of cats. Or get a promotion, finish school, develop a morning routine, climb Everest, jump out of an airplane, skinny dip in the Pacific - or you know, whatever. Well, I have created the quickest...

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  Yes, I saw the new Joker movie, and yes I absolutely loved it. There, I said it. It was one of the most powerful and profound films about mental illness I have ever seen. It was a well-crafted, brutally honest story that shed light on topics most people refuse to talk about. Was it too violent? Nope. Was it just another a cliché about a disturbed white man who was bullied then turned mad… Nope. Am I biased? Maybe. Regardless... Here are 5 Brutal Truths About Society The Joker Got Right 1. Monsters Are Not Born, They Are Created...

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