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Finding Joy in a Regimented Life

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My grandparents were creatures of habit.

They owned a flower shop together in Nairobi, Kenya. My grandmother opened the shop and worked from 7am until noon. My grandfather came in around 10:30am and worked until close at 4:30pm.

My grandmother played cards with her friends twice a week. She had a lengthy hair appointment every two to three weeks. My…

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Alykhan Gulamali

Alykhan Gulamali

Author of Calorie Counting Made Easy and The Effort Matrix. Over 4M views in health, finance, and productivity. Trying not to suck at life.

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