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When You Don’t Do Anything You Don’t Make Any Noise

A case for being action-oriented in the face of doubting onlookers.

My grandmother was an extraordinary cook who expressed her love for her family by preparing delicious Italian meals. My grandfather was a dressmaker who worked six days a week. On Sundays, he sat in the living room reading The New York Times, while Grandma was in…

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Gina Trapani

Gina Trapani

Technology, culture, representation, and self-improvement. Once upon a time I started Lifehacker.

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