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    5 life-changing lessons learned from tidying up with Marie Kondo

    While tidying up is not something profoundly life-changing for everyone, everyone can get a little something out of Marie Kondo’s new Netflix show. Marie Kondo hit fame with her top-selling book, The Life-changing Magic of Tidying Up. Now she’s taken to Netflix to teach her tidying up skills. But that’s ...

  • Christopher Michaels

    The duality of tantra

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  • Barry Vissell

    The gift of helplessness

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  • Jenna Trostle

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  • Jules Sutherland

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