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It’s your job to show-up for yourself, know who you are, what you want, what you need, and be aware when you’re off course.https://brookeoliphant.com/2020/07/05/show-up-for-yourself
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As most cities approach their second month of social distancing, most of us have found our ways of coping and maybe even settled into a new daily routine. Whether you’re working from home or in desperate search of new hobbies while you collect unemployment checks, chances are you’ve probably figured out how to spend time by yourself.
To set the scene, it was autumn, or fall if you want to be dramatic about the whole thing. I went to theatre school so you can guess which one lean towards.
I think my first question was
We’ve shared countless laughs, tears, smiles, giggles, frustrations, and basically every emotion under the sun. If you can think of an emotion, we’ve been through it together. I think our time, mine and yours, would be better spent telling you the things I’ve learned from our 24 years of friendship.
Read the (short, quick + easy) full post post to learn about Katie’s 4 simple lessons — to which she adds at the end:
There are so many other things I have learned from my friendships and relationships, but I want you all to actually read this…not open it, see that it’s 15 pages long, and then hit the X button. Until my next post, I’ll just be living the Dream…
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