Reflecting On My Year of Classics
My consideration for what makes a classic was that it had to be more than 50 years old (I like the idea of it having to pass a generation’s test) and that it had to be one that has stood the test of time as something that remains relevant and universal.
We ended up having a baby shortly after I turned 30, so I’d say that had a slightly bigger impact on my 30th year, but I’m very happy I did this little project and like to think that it did have a part in a year that brought a lot of growth. Here is some of what I took away from it:
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