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#190: What will you never do? Wear fur.
#191: Excluding romantic relationships, who do you love? My family and my pets.
#192: What is your earliest childhood memory? Probably hiking in the forest near our home or loading up on books from the Bookmobile when it stopped at the park in our little town. The outdoors and reading–obviously two of my favorite things.
#193: What book has had the greatest influence on your life? The Art of Happiness. It’s really changed the way I look at everyday situations and setbacks.
#194: What three questions do you wish you knew the answers to? What happens after we die? (Everyone has a theory, but obviously no one can prove it for certain.) When will I die? What will the world look like over the next 100 years?
#195: What is the greatest peer pressure you’ve ever felt? Hmm. I avoid people in general and tend to only make friends with people whose viewpoints I respect, so I can’t say I’ve felt a lot of peer pressure in life. I guess I do get a lot of pushback for being a vegan. People seem determined to convert me to eating meat.
#196: What’s the biggest lie you once believed was true? For years I told myself I’d never be able to juggle writing full-time while also working full-time, and still have a life. But with willpower and time management, I’m making it happen.