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For the J°urney

I was never a fan of New Year's Resolutions - until now.

I was never a fan of New Year's Resolutions - until now.

I am now a resolution-maker. So, this year, I am joining other resolution-makers as a celebratory act and vow to go into 2021 with an open mind and an open heart. And in making this vow, I want to have a plan to ensure that I stay committed to my resolutions. I would like the same for you too, so I am offering five steps to help you stay the course.

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For Chambers Feature: Will Austin - Pursuing a Dream in New York City

For Chambers Feature: Will Austin - Pursuing a Dream in New York City

"I love being part of the queer community and its wonderful to wear apparel that showcases my pride. I always see people reading my shirt when I wear it, and it makes me smile."

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Silence at night

Silence at night

Silence at night (A Poem)

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For Chambers Feature: Jessie McCrary - Quilting and Writing in the ATL

For Chambers Feature: Jessie McCrary - Quilting and Writing in the ATL

"I see all my experiences (especially mistakes and missteps!) as informing who and where I am. I try not to subscribe to regrets and definitely don't dwell on the past."

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Good People Say No Too

Good People Say No Too

People come to you with their troubles, asking you for favors, and in an effort for you to continue being a good person, you continue to say "yes." Without realizing it, each time you agree to something, you pour a little (or a lot) of yourself out into that person or project. In my opinion, the only way to combat this habit of saying yes is to understand that keeping yourself available doesn’t make you a good person. And, saying no doesn’t make you a bad person.

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