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Who Are We When We’re Not Going Out?

Without the aspiration of living our best life all the time, there are harder questions left to answer

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Stay home. Avoid large gatherings. Don’t travel. Skip seeing even small groups of friends. As coronavirus spreads around the globe, abiding by these rules has, temporarily at least, made my embarrassingly incessant FOMO disappear.

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Julia Pugachevsky

Julia Pugachevsky

freelance writer with work in VICE, BuzzFeed News, Glamour, Cosmopolitan, Insider, and more.

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