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Time and Tide

Rachel Vinciguerra

A newsletter for people exhausted by the imposed pace of things, seeking magic and meaning in the cycles and seasons of life.

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Practicing goodbye

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3 months ago

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4 months ago

I took a nap

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  • Rachel Vinciguerra

    Writer, amateur gardener, cancer survivor, poet. My full-time work is to build a sense of belonging for our new neighbors in Pittsburgh and across the country. I live in Pittsburgh with my husband, cat, and chickens. She/her.

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