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CHELSEA FAGAN

There is "the glorious freedom of saying, and truly meaning, 'that's enough."

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Dwell into this thoughtfully written piece of wisdom by Emma Gannon on why humans are trapped with "too much" of everything. Also, do we really need "too much" in our lives?

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