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Give Yourself Thanksgiving Week Off

In 2020, there’s no other choice

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Every Zoom meeting has ended the same way this week: “So, what are your Thanksgiving plans?” In years past, a question like this at the end of a business chat might’ve seemed like a polite platitude, a simple way to show a colleague you’re aware they have a life outside of the office. This year, though, the question is weighed down with real…




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Julio Vincent Gambuto

Julio Vincent Gambuto

Weekly Contributor // Writer/Director/NYC/Guncle/Author of “Prepare for the Ultimate Gaslighting”/Book debut from Avid Reader Press 2023 //

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