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Day 40: Minutiae

I have an immense interest in the lives of other people. This is probably a common phenomenon, but many people focus on the high points and most exciting portions of others’ lives. 273 more words

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Day 39: Self-Awareness

To be self aware is to know yourself, including all of your quirks, personality traits, strengths, weaknesses, etc. Frequently, people tell us how important it is to be self aware and how that is the way to succeed. 283 more words

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Day 38: Teachers Pt. 2

My last post about teachers only talked about teachers through elementary school, so I wanna talk about some of my teachers from middle and high school. 534 more words

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Day 37: French Fries

The title and content of this post is inspired by this slam poem all about making decisions and how difficult it is. Our poet gives one example in particular of answering the question, “do you want fries with that?” She says yes, then no, and realizes that she wanted them but doesn’t want to look stupid and goes fryless. 341 more words

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Day 36: Teachers

If it wasn’t obvious from nearly every single one of my last few posts mentioning it, I’m done with school. It’s off to college where everything is apparently different. 387 more words

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Day 35: Tea with Strangers

Today, I came across this awesome startup called Tea with Strangers. Surprisingly enough, the company aims to help you have tea with strangers. Started by Penn grad Ankit Shah, TWS hosts meetups at local caf├ęs and coffee shops for strangers to talk for about two hours and see what happens. 301 more words

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Day 34: Advice

Everyone has advice and everyone has something to say. A lot of times people fail to realize that they are not the same thing. A lot of advice is simply people saying what is on their mind, without really thinking about how helpful it is. 207 more words

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