A few thoughts about the end of 2020

This challenging year will leave its mark on the way we interact with one another, on the way we work, on how we entertain ourselves and on how we choose to live our lives in general. Perhaps not in such a good way.

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Yet another year is almost at its end. However, this year has been a lot different than most, especially for those born in western civilizations and are up to their 40’s — 50’s. In other…

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Media graduate, professional journalist and self-proclaimed Final Fantasy fanboy. Interests (and die-hard passions) include gaming and sports (mainly football).

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Alex Anyfantis

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Media graduate, professional journalist and self-proclaimed Final Fantasy fanboy. Interests (and die-hard passions) include gaming and sports (mainly football).

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