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Mar 1, 2023Liked by Lisa Hirst Carnes

60 min at 10am. I would need a better time for it to start. Say 7pm. I would use that time outside of time to do some exercising. People would ask me if I was ok cause I would have started to sweat for no apparent reason. I would just say I'm fine thanks for asking.

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Mar 1, 2023Liked by Lisa Hirst Carnes

Hmm - this is a tough one. I'd probably get back into writing - poetry, short stories, etc. It takes a minute for me to get into a flow state and a dedicated hour of just me and the page would be very cathartic.

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Mar 1, 2023Liked by Lisa Hirst Carnes

A free magical hour when time is suspended and no one can interrupt you? I am going with a solid 60 minutes of meditation. You're already in a magical suspended time. I've got to imagine that magicalness would add juice to the meditation practice and things would get extra interesting!

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Mar 1, 2023Liked by Lisa Hirst Carnes

I would practice the piano. Life always seems to get in the way of practicing and I would love to regain the skill and proficiency I once had. Maybe having that extra hour would help me.

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Mar 1, 2023Liked by Lisa Hirst Carnes

I would dedicate that time to making upscale pastries--a skill I don't have but would very much like to obtain. No, not cookies and brownies, I'm talking eclairs, pain au chocolats, cannolis, etc.

(I know I could be saving the world or something, but I had a really good croissant this morning and I'm inspired.)

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Mar 1, 2023Liked by Lisa Hirst Carnes

I’d go back in time to experience being a young parent again. I wonder how many things I’d do differently??

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