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I’m Not Rushing to Get to Work on Time Anymore

If it’s not about me and my peace of mind, it can wait

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My morning routine is the same almost every day. I typically wake every morning between 6 and 7 a.m. I don’t use an alarm clock, preferring to let myself rise naturally with the sun. I stretch. Sit up. Take a sip of water. Say a little prayer of…

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Jolie A. Doggett

Jolie A. Doggett

former senior platform editor @ZORAmag | book lover | fangirl | Black woman | Terp

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