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Why I’m Done Living for The Weekend

Quitting my 9–5 enabled me to *live* each day.

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I quit my job at 25 to become a self-employed writer and creative entrepreneur. Some might say that 25 is too early to judge the corporate sector; I knew I had more potential and didn’t want to waste time doing things I don’t enjoy.




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Niharikaa Kaur Sodhi

Niharikaa Kaur Sodhi

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