This past year as I’ve heard people discuss mask mandates, school options, the U.S. election, and whether or not to attend a family reunion, I’ve noticed a common refrain: “I just don’t know what to think.” (It’s a refrain I’ve heard in my own mind too.) And unfortunately, “I don’t know what to think” can sometimes become “I can’t know what to think.” But I disagree that in the face of information overload, we can’t know what to think.

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But the colored hair… thanks to the 2020 quarantine, that’s now almost completely gone. And I reserve every right to change my mind again down the road, but surprising to me probably more than anyone: I really like my gray hair again. I think I’m gonna stick with it for a while.

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I’m Tsh Oxenreider — I currently write books & a newsletter, and I also podcast. In 2008 I created The Art of Simple as a space dedicated to living well + ignoring the rest. Read more…

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