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Anne Helen Petersen on burnout, stress, and the millennial generation

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On today's episode, we're joined by Anne Helen Petersen, former senior culture writer for Buzzfeed and author of Can't Even: How Millennials Became the Burnout Generation. We talk about burnout, stress, our collective anxiety leading up to the election, and trying to create a work-life balance amidst the pandemic.

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