My Word for 2022 is ‘Expansiveness

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Bedford Avenue L Train Station in Brooklyn, NY.
Photo: Alexey Taktarov / Unsplash

While I waited for the subway for the second time this week I smiled because when I stopped looking at my phone and fidgeting with multiple masks, I noticed that there was some decent live jazz being played by a trio of buskers on the Uptown F & M subway platform one level up. Hearing their music made it feel a little more like pre-pandemic times. As a native New…

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Trauma-informed personal trainer and author of Lifting Heavy Things.

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Laura Khoudari

Laura Khoudari

Trauma-informed personal trainer and author of Lifting Heavy Things.

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