I have to admit I never really understood the saying ‘fake it until you make it’. I mean really understood it. Or appreciated it. For some reason it always needled me. "How could being a fraud be a good thing?" I asked while scratching my head and raising an eyebrow. Except today, as I finally figured it out. 


Seriously you don't. However you might want one. The difference is more than a word play. 


Recently a PR agency called for contributors to a work life balance piece they wanted to pitch to media outlets. It's a common enough theme so I don't imagine the agency had any trouble finding contributors. However, 


Christmas is coming. Hampers are available soon, if not already.

Hampers don't appeal to me because they usually contain something in the box I don't like. It's generally just one item that changes my whole enjoyment of the hamper. When something isn't right, the whole hamper can feel wrong as a whole. 


When you come across a quote or saying that seems to be everywhere it's easy to think there's no point in sharing it because everyone's likely seen or heard it before. However, I'm not sure who 'everyone' is.


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