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If you follow Housing Alliance of Pa. on the social media website Twitter.com, you know that the coalition’s feed is full of inspirational quotes.
Seriously. It’s uplifting. It’s a breath of fresh air from post-election Twitter, which can tend to be divisive and gloomy and generally bad.
“We’re all about positivity,” said Communications and Project Manager Victoria Bourret. “So the inspirational quotes relate to that.”
That said, here are six of our favorites so far this month.
Tweet #1: Content
If you aren't having fun creating content, you're doing it wrong.- Ann Handley #quote
— Housing Alliance PA (@PAHousing) March 15, 2017
Tweet #2: Permanency
The bad news: nothing is permanent. The good news: nothing is permanent. – Lolly Daskal #quote
— Housing Alliance PA (@PAHousing) March 13, 2017
Tweet #3: Action
I've never seen a problem that was solved by only complaining about it. – Steve Keating #quote
— Housing Alliance PA (@PAHousing) March 9, 2017
Tweet #4: Winning
If you think you can win, you can win. Faith is necessary to victory. – William Hazlitt #quote
— Housing Alliance PA (@PAHousing) March 8, 2017
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Tweet #5: Competition
We'd achieve more if we chased our dreams instead of our competition. – Simon Sinek #quote
— Housing Alliance PA (@PAHousing) March 5, 2017
Tweet #6: Reality
There is no state or county where a renter working full-time at minimum wage can afford a two-bedroom apartment. (NLIHC’s Out of Reach 2016)
— Housing Alliance PA (@PAHousing) March 1, 2017
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