Everybody Should Have Lost Their First Job

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I neglected the responsibilities of my first job for years. I don’t know when it started. It wasn’t a conscious decision made on my part, and at first, the repercussions weren’t obvious. I didn’t even recognize my role in the fallout. One day everything was fine, and the next day wasn’t much different. The…

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Kaitlyn Varin is an avid reader, whose passionate about health and wellness, personal improvement, and writing. Find her on Instagram at @kaitlynreadsalot.

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Kaitlyn Varin

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Kaitlyn Varin is an avid reader, whose passionate about health and wellness, personal improvement, and writing. Find her on Instagram at @kaitlynreadsalot.

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