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Ordinary Time

Naomi Krueger

Notes from a Recovering Overachiever

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The writers behind this newsletter.

  • Naomi Krueger

    Naomi Krueger is a writer and editor based in Saint Paul, Minnesota. She is a recovering overachiever seeking slowness and intentionality, in the midst of parenting, a publishing career, and the fullness of ordinary life.

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