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Driving in Boston: Six Effective Behaviors to Help You Survive High-impact Massholes

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If you plan to drive in Boston and you aren’t familiar with our unique set of driving how-to’s, then listen up.

There are things to consider before you even get behind the wheel. This is my attempt to set the scene so you have a better idea of what you’re getting yourself into.




Life is a diverse tapestry of races, beliefs, opinions, and experiences. In Tapestry of Life, we seek to share our stories so that we can see ourselves in one another, and that we are more alike than different.

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Marilyn Regan

Marilyn Regan

Marilyn is a writer, yogi, and spiritual medium. Her favorite people are animals, especially ones that meow. She loves the ocean and hates one-use plastic.

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