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Election Day: Nov. 3rd, 2020. It’s Tomorrow.

Early this year, I felt like saying yes and getting more involved. I’ve stumbled upon a fondness for public policy and strong communities – really wanting to do my part to help bring people and ideas together so help change this world. While most of this for me has been happening on a local scale (really working as much as possible to be a conversation starter in Downtown Edmond and beyond), I felt the need to step up on a broader scale as well. I read a post from Pete Buttigieg talking about poll workers and the need for a…

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It’s November.

I can’t even believe we hit November 1st today. What a crazy and fucked up sort of year we have had. It really only feels like last week when the world as we know it was turned upside down and we were left with to wade through a new reality using our own ability. We have changed our perspective on life over the past few months. We’ve adapted. Regrown. Realigned. Reimagined. Reinvented and invested. We have all entered into this time in different spots and – I would argue – have the ability to come out on the other side…

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A Crazy Side Effect of Sheltering In Place

We have taken all this COVID-19 stuff pretty seriously and pretty much stayed home. I know there are lots of folks out there that don’t seem to think it is as bad as it is out there but, either way, we are staying in as much as possible. We have been working from home (we own / lead a real estate team called the Duncan Group with Engel & Volkers in Edmond) but that has been mostly content writing, doing live streams, and helping clients we have already been working with. So, it has left us with a bit more…

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