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These range from automating the most mundane and repetitive daily activities to enriching and educating yourself to bring new areas of interest to the forefront of your mind.
Masks and social distancing, even if they sound mundane after a year of relentless repetition, remain the best weapons to control the spread of the virus.
Looking back at 2020, it seems like our world turned upside down, from a global pandemic and climate catastrophes down to the mundane details of what it means to go to work each day.
I think they all underline the fact that no matter how dramatic or mundane your year was, it was that much more fascinating or difficult or compelling because of the times in which it took place.
STORIES FROM A LOST YEAREMILY VANDERWERFFDECEMBER 31, 2020VOX
Once they were together, the gate became a place they’d visit each time they passed through O’Hare, Chasten writes, a pilgrimage to a spot that might be mundane to everyone else, but to them was a landmark in their relationship.
Reddy shows us that even the most mundane landscapes contain their own wild magic.
THE BEST ADVENTURE TRAVEL BOOKS OF 2020HEATHER GREENWOOD DAVISDECEMBER 15, 2020OUTSIDE ONLINE
I love that Cathy’s book is dedicated to the various ways to prepare a seemingly mundane protein.
Some entries focus on the mundane, such as my morning coffee, while some focus on weightier moments — gratitude about a family member making it through a complicated medical procedure.
There are mundane explanations and less fantastical crises available.
Buildings have always held an outsize place in San Diego city politics – whether it’s stadiums, the Convention Center or more mundane structures like office space to hold city workers.

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