Extroverted Workaholics Are Stressing Us Out

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When the pandemic first broke in March of 2020, one of the first things we did was enter into a lockdown. Many businesses closed. Only stores that were deemed “essential” were allowed to remain open. Among these were grocery stores, home improvement stores, and businesses…

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I am a teacher in an inner-city alternative school and work a small hobby farm with my wife. I write about politics, education, and social issues.

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John Egelkrout

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I am a teacher in an inner-city alternative school and work a small hobby farm with my wife. I write about politics, education, and social issues.

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