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What I learned over our winter holiday

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Since December 11, I’ve been off the grid. On that day, we boarded a plane headed to France to visit my wife’s family. We came back a week ago and I’m only now starting to feel “normal” again.

LESSON #1: the pandemic may never end, except for rich people.

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Lon Shapiro

Lon Shapiro

Creative director, writer & designer at https://guttmanshapiro.com. Former pro tennis player and peak performance coach. Teach the world one joke at a time

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