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Marian Nance

Welcome back "Slack." I certainly relate to using this time to explore the home. I never knew I had so much to do. :-) I to remember when time was too precious to waste because there just wasn't enough to do all that needed to be done. Everything had to be scheduled. What a difference a virus makes. Great article. Enjoyed reading.

Elizabeth Wunsch

Permission to do less and be more! Perfect.

Myranette Robinson

I'm enjoying this time by baking, catching up on old magazines but somehow I can't seem to get to that closet. But, like you I'm giving myself a break which I've never done in the past. Great blogpost, Kaden


That's the thing. How to keep the good aspects. Will people keep on cooking and baking? I hope home dinners with friends becomes a 'thing' again.

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