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Strap in, my pretties — this is a doozy of a Tuesday blog post, chock full of Boredwalk goodies!

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For our first several years in business we priced our graphic tees at $25 and included "free shipping" with every order, regardless of order value. Although our costs have increased (especially with postage) we have not passed those costs onto you. Sadly, this left us in an increasingly less profitable position and did not enable us to do some things we'd really like to do. And no, I don't mean jaunting off to some beach on the French Riviera or buying our own yacht. What we want is far more modest and more reasonable, and I think (hope?) you'll agree....

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This isn't meant to be a woe-is-us, life-is-hard, everybody-come-gaze-at-my-navel-with-me pity party. It's a warning and a gentle reminder that no matter what you're doing with your life — whether it's designing graphic apparel, writing horror fiction, writing poetry, digging ditches, flipping burgers, ringing up customers in a checkout line, cleaning houses, or coding the next big app — what you do has merit and should be afforded the same level of commitment, focus, and perseverance as any endeavor. Even on the (many, many) days when we'd just rather lay around in bed, prance in a meadow of wildflowers, or whatever it is we all wish we were doing instead of the hard work that, while grueling, instills in each of us a sense of purpose and value.

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Welcome to our weekly Boredwalk Community series, where we ask Boredwalk fans fun questions! This week we're talking to Calla J. of Minnesota, who's looking sharp (and hangry!) in her Hell Is Other People v-neck teeBefore you start reading, scroll down and start rocking out to our Springtime Vibes Spotify playlist!

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This week we're feeling saltier and more depressed than usual — which is saying something! So if we were a snack food, we'd probably be a small handful of Spicy Sweet Chili Doritos; vegan-but-still-terrible-for-you and just enough to pique your appetite, but too few to truly satisfy your hunger or make you regret eating Doritos. And any Doritos-eating experience that doesn't end in regret is a failure of mundane proportions.

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