How has your 2020 been so far? Are you well on your way to crushing your goals, or are you starting to lose steam? If you’re finding that you need a little pick-me-up to make “new year, new you” happen, try grabbing a book. Creative publications can do so much; they can teach you new skills, help you cultivate a positive mindset, and offer endless inspiration.
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Whether it’s Ancient Greece, the Italian Renaissance, or the early 20th century, chances are you know a history buff with a passion for the past. If that’s the case, there’s no better way to show how much you care than by supporting their interests. Fortunately—if you don’t know where to start—My Modern Met Store has put together a unique collection of gifts for the history buffs in your life.
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It’s the start of a new decade and My Modern Met Store wants to celebrate! We’re excited about all that 2020 has to offer, and to commemorate this special time, we’re having a 72-hour sale. From January 1 to January 3, 11:59 PM PST, use the code HELLO2020 to save 15% on your entire order on everything in our shop—even the sale items.
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If you’re one of those people who makes New Year’s resolutions but winds up backpedaling on your promises, you’re not alone. Almost 70% of Americans make at least one New Year’s resolution, but far fewer actually follow through. So how can we keep on track with going after our goals? Part of the trick is preparation and fully immersing yourself in meeting your target.
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