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You know that one thing in your life that feels so normal, so routine and mundane, yet it always sparks controversy when you bring it up in a casual conversation?

Mine? Regularly taking baths.

I know. Apparently, I missed the memo at some age that everyone stopped bathing, settling for…

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Community college was the best decision I made for my mental health.

If you told me to apply to a community college as a senior in high school, I likely would have rolled my eyes and vehemently rejected this idea.

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Today officially marks 2 weeks since I got my second dose of the Pfizer vaccine. As a young person in my early 20s, I expected the vaccine to be a long time coming. But, as a high-risk Type 1 Diabetic, I have been anxiously awaiting the days when I could…

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The world is fast-approaching our one-year anniversary of the COVID-19 pandemic. This time last year, we bid adieu to our well-stocked, ergonomic offices as we prepared to work from home for what we thought would be a couple of weeks.

Now, here we are a year later, many of us…

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Swimsuit season is approaching us once again. And with experts feeling optimistic about summer returning to a near-normal, I have started day-dreaming about the warmer, more-vaccinated days ahead.

One thing I have to say I don’t love about summer?

Swimsuit shopping.

Swimsuit shopping has been my most-dreaded activity and ultimate…

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I read a statistic the other day that shocked me:

People with type 1 diabetes are making roughly 300 more decisions per day than someone without type 1.

300 decisions! On top of everything else we are worried about these days (pandemics, record-breaking storms, adjusting to remote work), that is…

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