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Our Culture of Being Busy is Toxic

What happens if we intentionally slow down?

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We wear busyness as a badge of honor. Exhaustion has become the new accolade. And while the pandemic paused activities and commitments for a spell, it seems that life is trying to force us to resume our BeforeTimes pace.

But what if we don’t want to revert to how things were? What if we recognize that the…




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Kyra Bussanich

Kyra Bussanich

Entrepreneur, professional pastry chef, and author with an interest in psychology, relationships, simple pleasures, healing, and what connects us.

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