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A Good Day Starts with the little choices. We all have to get out of bed and put the pieces together, feet on the floor, bleary eyed, fire half lit. No matter what kind of hustle you handle, it starts right here. Your essentials, your innerwear, are the pieces that sit closest to you, your favorite Richer Poorer items that live at the top of your drawer. Choose the ones that make it easier. Let them set the foundation that makes you feel good, and good will follow. Because today is happening. You can either get out of the way, or be the way. No one else is going to make the coffee, book the ticket, sharpen the blade. Relax and settle into the confidence that you got this. No matter where your day takes you, it starts with the little choices. Let this be the first good one.
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“Salam Alaikum, everyone!” Yasemin Kanar, known to her fans as YazTheSpaz, uses the traditional Muslim welcome to greet her 68,000 subscribers at the start of almost every video on her YouTube channel. I’m watching as she films a tutorial on how to achieve a simple, stylish look with a navy-blue hijab — the headscarf worn by some Muslim women, and the Arabic word for “cover.” We’re in the guest bedroom of the condo that she shares with her husband, Zeyad, in Jupiter, Florida, 30 minutes outside West Palm Beach. She and Zeyad have lived here since they married in 2013.

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