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Friday July 1st, 2022 12:31AM

LISTEN: Keys to happiness from Chicken Soup for the Soul's editor-in-chief

By Mornings on Maine Street

After reading hundreds of stories in her role as Chicken Soup for the Soul's editor-in-chief, Amy Newmark shared some great advice from their latest book "Chicken Soup for the Soul: Your 20 Keys to Happiness."

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LISTEN: Keys to happiness from Chicken Soup for the Soul's editor-in-chief
After reading hundreds of stories in her role as Chicken Soup for the Soul's editor-in-chief, Amy Newmark shared some great advice from their latest book "Chicken Soup for the Soul: Your 20 Keys to Happiness."
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Matthew Diffee makes his living as a cartoonist. But not all of his comics meet the standards of "New Yorker" magazine. So he's collected the best of the rejections from his work and 50 of his cartooning buddies in "The Best of the Rejection Collection: 297 Cartoons That Were Too Dar, Too Weird, Or Too Dirty for The New Yorker." Diffee took time to visit with us on Maine Street to share what it's like to draw cartoons for a living.
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