Why We Should Make 2020 the Year of Resilience

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We all hate 2020. It’s been a long and devastating year for all of us. There were so many new stories that followed one after another. Even when it seemed like things couldn’t get worse, they did. We’ve lost jobs, hobbies, and loved ones we can’t get back.

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Victoria A. Fraser

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Freelance copywriter, podcaster, and nerd. Follow along for humour, nerd stuff, writing tips and my opinions! victoriafraser.ca

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