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Writing it out.

Since 2020, I have written the following:
-grandiose grocery lists (written on an empty stomach) that often end up getlting left behind at home
-funding proposals
-delicately worded emails
-harried Whatsapp messages
-a slew of facebook messages (that basically kept me alive)
-a tinder profile or two...
-utilitarian text messages
-heart felt text messages
-the very occasional love note (on paper) to a friend or a loved one

The things I have not written since 2020:
-a journal
-a multi-page handwritten letter
-a play
-a sketch
-a novel
-more than 2-3 blog posts that I didn't even publish
-a pros and cons list


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