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Failing Better Is Not That Easy

Sometimes you need a break to catch that upward mobility of failure

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I’m a bad driver. There, I said it.

Back home in Finland, I was so bad at driving that when my Mom was trying to teach me, we often just sat in the car, laughing our asses off at how bad I was. I had to take the driving test twice, and I barely passed on my second try.




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Taru Anniina Liikanen

Taru Anniina Liikanen

Finnish by birth, porteña at heart. Recovering political ghostwriter. Bad jokes my own. Tips welcome:

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