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The Irony of Being a Top Writer

When I first joined Medium, I noticed that many of my favorite writers had Top Writer status in a number of categories: relationships, health, social media, creativity, life.

I was impressed. I equated Top Writer with Expert and was blown away by those who had multiple Top Writer titles.

This person is an expert in life?!? Whoa. I must highlight every word they put forth!

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Writer, reader, mommy. Just trying to figure out this thing called life. Pub. in Boston Globe, Washington Post, and more / sandraebejer.com / Twitter: @sebejer

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Sandra Ebejer

Sandra Ebejer

Writer, reader, mommy. Just trying to figure out this thing called life. Pub. in Boston Globe, Washington Post, and more / sandraebejer.com / Twitter: @sebejer

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