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One of our moments of joy features Shangela, seen here performing onstage during The AT&T Big Queer Brunch on July 21, 2019.
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There are plenty of binge recommendations out there if you find yourself with a lot of free time in isolation. But with work at home, and kids at home, and everything else going on, you might be busier than ever. That’s why our focus today is happiness in small bites. Quick jolts of energy to brighten up even the worst days.