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Letting Go of My Toxic Ambition
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CNN: Do you yearn for fulfillment? Reach for the 'ordinary,' author says
Catapult essay: The Obsession with “Getting Ahead” in Your Twenties is Failing Young People
The Atlantic: Your 20s Don’t Have to Be the ‘Best Time of Your Life’
Meg Conley/homeculture on An Ordinary Age
Essay: It’s Okay to Outgrow the Life You Thought You Wanted
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