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Day 16: Awe

This post is inspired by this Medium article

Awe is a word that we use quite often, usually in the form of “awesome” or “awful.” These words have become so commonplace that their meaning has been diluted and applied to anything slightly out of the ordinary. 423 more words

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Day 15: Productivity

I’ve read extensively about productivity for many years. I read tons of blogs with the intention of becoming more productive by following their advice or using some popular time management system that they are promoting. 428 more words

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Day 14: Prom

Prom was a whole ordeal on Saturday, so I didn’t have a chance to write. Yesterday, I spent the whole day being sick and working on a super long literature project that I procrastinated on, so I didn’t get a chance to write either. 417 more words

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Day 13: Writer's Block

It’s been a solid 12 days, but I’ve finally hit writer’s block. Every day, my general strategy has been to brainstorm a little bit throughout the day. 336 more words

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Day 11: Tiny Desk Concerts and The Tallest Man on Earth

I want to take a second to acknowledge the fact that this like the 4th or 5th post directly related to music, partially because I want to make you think “Wow, I love how self-aware this blogger is” and mainly because I think that shows how important music is to me. 427 more words

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Day 10: Concealed Communities

If it wasn’t clear beforehand, I’m interested in a lot of things. Lots of different pursuits are super intriguing to me and I will often start to look into them deeply for a few hours before realizing that I’ve been procrastinating my homework and should be working on that. 405 more words

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Day 9: Ira Glass

This is sort of a weird thing to do, but I just really want to talk about and focus on Ira Glass, who I can say with some level of confidence is my favorite radio host. 391 more words

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