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  • Writer's pictureArjanna van der Plas


Updated: Mar 25, 2022

I am a ‘weight of the world’ type of person, and to see others suffer is harder for me than to experience hardship myself.

I always feel a huge sense of responsibility for everything that is going on in the world, which unfortunately in the past weeks hasn’t resulted in much meaningful action (other than donating money), and because of that I struggle to allow myself to enjoy the pleasures of my life.

When I consulted the internet about what I was experiencing, I stumbled upon Heather Plett’s delightful blog that gave me a new perspective on the role of joy.

Continue reading here, and sign up for my semi biweekly two-minute treat here!

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