What Do We Look Forward to in 2022?

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I can't bring myself to share pictures of sparklers. It doesn't feel right.

Last year, we virtually raised a glass to the end of COVID-19.

What do we do this year? Raise another glass? Again?

Is it just me, or does the glass feel half-empty this year?

We Made Progress This Year…I Think

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I am a Gen Z determined to be everything wrong with the workforce. I blog about mental health, employment trends, and my novel-writing journey.

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