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Dr. Deena Hinshaw announced on Thursday, September 10, that Alberta had recorded five COVID-10 deaths in the last 24 hours. Among them include a man in his 20s. 

When asked about this Alberta COVID-19 death, Dr. Hinshaw said in the briefing that he had "chronic conditions."

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There exists a special class of young adults that I like to call the "Millennial Grandmas".  It consists of both male and female individuals who are in their twenties (a.k.a. the primes of their lives) but do not adhere to the typical avocado-toast-every-morning, go-out-every-night lifestyle of their millennial peers.

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Apparently, your 20s are supposed to be the best time of your life! I've only lived to my mid-20s so I don't have much else to compare it too, but so far so good! We have the best of both worlds being in our 20s. We're old enough to work and young enough to spend it all on living awesome lives! (besides tuition, rent, or any of those other grown-up necessities)

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Let me start this off by saying I'm almost 28 and single. (Pause for gasps of horror) ya, I get it.

By now, everyone including the weird girl in 2nd grade who used to befriend spiders and collect dust bunnies is married and probably has a baby on the way.

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If you're anything like me, thinking about your future is pretty much your least favourite activity.  No, I don't know what I'm doing after graduation. Yep, still no clue where I'll be living once my lease is over, and don't even get me started on how the hell I'm going to pay off my student debt.

But over the past couple years, I've definitely come across a few helpful tips that have kept my anxiety (somewhat) at bay.  So read on if you're looking to get your shit together, maybe we can accomplish this whole "adult" thing together!

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