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The Psychology Behind ‘New Year’s Hype’ as a Black Woman

While it’s good to set goals, sometimes we fall short of giving ourselves enough credit as is

Illustration: Nyanza D

AsAs 2019 draws to a close, I see more posts on my Twitter newsfeed with reminders that there are less than 90 days in the year and it’s time to “finish with a bang.” For some reason, these intended motivational…

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Quinisha Jackson-Wright

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