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Did you survive another week? Every day feels like Tuesday, am I right? How many times can we talk about the weather on Zoom calls? When was the last time you ironed? I wonder how long I’ll be able to keep my flying status with Delta. I should order some new socks, just to change things up. QR codes are really making a comeback. Why am I sleeping so much?

I have a lot of important and extremely non-important things on my mind – and these are some examples of my brain’s attempt to occupy itself as the coronavirus continues to rattle our lives and the economy. I’ve come to accept how difficult it’s been to focus on one issue for too long, so I wanted to share two things that fever dream/work me has been tossing around.

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