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Playing Video Games Taught Me the Pleasure of Work

Work can be a lot of fun without the real life anxiety

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When I was a child, and my dad would come visit every other weekend, Sunday afternoon was often reserved for watching football. I can’t remember whether he was a Jets or Giants fan, or anything about the content of the actual games, other than I found them painfully boring and was unable…




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Eve Peyser

Eve Peyser

nyc native living in reno. read my writing in the new york times, nymag, vice, and more.

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