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I struggle with the same financial and mental challenges as non-autistics, and the suffering we are all enduring is far too steep a price to pay for a temporary respite from my acting gig as a neurotypical person.
Sports have prevailed, however, and despite some jarring changes, the major sports leagues have managed to provide a respite from the news and keep fans cheering, even if they have to do so remotely.
For the winter break, Barber’s assignments include taking a respite from technology, spending time with family, eating good food, reading a book for fun, getting outside and performing a random act of kindness.
Heads quickly turned to the right-wing Twitter alternative Parler—which seemed to be a logical place of respite for the digitally de-throned president.
From prelift power breakfasts to apres-ski steaks in an Old West saloon, here’s where to eat when you’re not on the slopesSun Valley, Idaho, has been a favorite adventure getaway and celebrity respite for almost a century.
No matter the reason behind the decision to stay open this season, these winter retreats are offering travelers a respite from everyday life and the opportunity to continue to support the tourism industry with a mindful escape.
All these steps gave much-needed temporary respite to India’s banking system.
On a sweltering afternoon in northeastern Madagascar, the coolness of a leaf’s shade is an attractive respite for a frog.
A local moratorium in Milwaukee provided renters with a respite through May, but at the beginning of summer, eviction filings quickly increased.
Everyone needed a respite from 2020, and tales of discovery provided a happy distraction from the worries of the day.

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