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9 Reasons to Ask More Questions

Reclaiming your inquisitive nature can make life better in a few critical ways

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I have a three-year-old nephew who, like a lot of three-year-olds, asks a great deal of questions: Can you drive faster? What do plants eat? Why can’t we poop in the tub? Sure, it’s cute, even if it’s also a little exasperating. But for adults who’ve lost that inquisitive nature…

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Diane Stopyra

Diane Stopyra

Journalist writing and surfing in Cape May, NJ. Work in Runner’s World, Marie Claire, Salon, The Cut, and more. Reluctant tweeter at @dianestopyra.

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