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Moving! U.G.H.

but it can be very liberating

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Years ago I realized that one can think of moving as being liberating — you throw out past stuff, you clear out some present stuff, you clean stuff up, and you plan for the future.

You tend to leave your residence looking so neat and clean you wonder “wow how did I put so much stuff in here.”

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NYC native, snarky, happily aging, educated [with PhD and JD]- I write, I talk, I think, I opine, I teach — and will do so until I can’t.

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Lynn Dorman, Ph.D.; J.D.

Lynn Dorman, Ph.D.; J.D.

NYC native, snarky, happily aging, educated [with PhD and JD]- I write, I talk, I think, I opine, I teach — and will do so until I can’t.

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