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William Russell Ries

I love you, Dad.

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Falling forward

Especially grateful for our students

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Triage and Healing

Processing things mid-summer

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Quarantine

Day by day, sometimes hour by hour

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In Praise of Limits

Finding pleasure and freedom in small boundaries

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Light Returns

Making peace with Winter

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The Joy of Missing Out

It feels good not to lunge at my phone every hour.

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Digital Declutter

Starting a 30-day digital declutter in June. See you in July with my results.

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Negative Space

On the importance of emptiness and quiet