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Why You Should Try Micromastery

The wellness case for learning new skills

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InIn the summer of 2016 I was very unhappy. I was coming up on my year anniversary of living in London, where we had moved from Brooklyn for my husband’s job, but I still felt pitifully lonely and poorly adjusted to the culture. I reentered therapy, tried to socialize often, started volunteering, and focused on doing things for pleasure…




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Kelsey Osgood

Kelsey Osgood

Author of How to Disappear Completely: On Modern Anorexia. Writes often about religion, literature, and health. kelseyosgood.com

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