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Episode 35: Finding Beauty in the Chaos of 2020

Optimism + 2020

This year was full of ups and downs and in the final episode of 2020 the hosts look back at a few things that brought them joy and hope in a tumultuous time. Chelsea talks about finding time to get through her reading list–all 63 books and counting! Andrew discusses an article he found on the history of people coming together during tough times along with the research behind facing issues head on. Owen explains how poetry helped him stay steady this year and invites Sean Petrie of Typewriter Rodeo to sum up 2020 in a spontaneous poem.

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