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There’s a Reason You Miss Your Barista

Your microfriendships mean more than you think

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My husband works in a city two hours away. Though he joins our four-year-old and me on weekends, I’m effectively in single-parent mode during the week.

My son and I had fallen into a weekly rhythm of outings: trips to the coffee shop for an afternoon hot chocolate or to the hippie grocery store…

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Kaitlyn Kochany

Kaitlyn Kochany

Ontario writer and interviewer who specializes in talking to people about what makes their lives good.

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