By Tahmina Begum

Will 2020 be the year we stop wanting to ‘have it all’?

Women are expected to have an impressive career, a happy family and a busy social life. On top of that, we ourselves feel like we need to go to the gym, be good at doing our makeup and ‘have it all’. In 2020, let’s stop this.

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