It’s not what you’ve done that matters

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Oct 07, 2019
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Hey , I hope this email finds you well. Mine is going well — Almost daly I find myself staring at the word 'December' in my calendar, freaking out that the end of the year is fast approaching. I'm quietly looking forward to summer with my children, and also trying to drum up some work […]

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