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Laziness Does Not Exist
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I have been so excited to share this interview. Devon Price is the author of Laziness Does Not Exist, which outlines the three main ways in which “the Laziness Lie” deceives us into denying ourselves rest and care. As I said in my review, this is a book with something for everyone: it addresses historical roots of laziness lie in colonialism and capitalism, and looks at productivity myths, diet culture, gender and sexuality, activism fatigue, parenting, relationship management, and self-abuse.

Also, Dr. Price has a chinchilla and you must hear us talk about its name.

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You can find Devon Price on Medium and on Twitter.

You can also read my review of Laziness Does Not Exist.

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