Don’t let the shiny overshadow the everyday

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1. Just say thank you once in a while

2. Ask if everything is ok — and listen to the unsaid as well as the said

3. Publicly acknowledge the BAU as well as the fancy eye-catching thingamajig

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Australian writer and reader. I particularly love short fiction. Always on the lookout for good writing.

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Gail Bird

Gail Bird

Australian writer and reader. I particularly love short fiction. Always on the lookout for good writing.

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