Jo Flannery speaks passionately about the importance of hobbies- the things we make are instilled with love and have value far beyond a price tag.
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BY PHILIPP KIRSCHFINK
@ VOL 19
ON MAY 11, 2013
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BY CAROLYN CHANDLER
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ON SEP 10, 2014
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BY ADIL NAEEM
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ON MAR 31, 2018
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Calming the Busy Mind: Teaching Mindfulness to Gifted Kids
BY ALLISON BAIRD
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ON MAY 22, 2019
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