I recently spoke with the gracious and articulate bestselling author Cheryl Strayed about Wild and Torch, the future of Dear Sugar, the gifts of wisdom our mothers gave us, being an artist–we even talked about when to skip the day job and live off credit cards. But what resonated most with me were her words about the beauty within our hardships, and her strong conviction that we do not have to apologize for being who we are. You can find our conversation at The Millions.
New: Exclusive Q&A with Cheryl Strayed for The Millions
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