Jennifer Aniston Shares Words of Wisdom for the End of 2020
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From Harper's BAZAAR
Jennifer Aniston is here to give us that little boost we all need together to overcome the remnants of the dumpster fire of a year of 2020. And to be completely honest, we could all use that extra boost now because: Although the end of the year is so close we can almost see the light at the end of the tunnel, it was a grueling marathon that didn't exist until 2020.
Aniston took to Instagram on Saturday afternoon to share a much-needed message. "What a year. Reminder to love each other a little ... and stay there ???" she wrote in the headline of her latest post on her Instagram grid.
The news came along with an adorable black and white picture of Aniston leaning over her bathroom in loose fitting denim shorts and a bikini top and kissing her own reflection in the mirror.
And of course, because the friends actress is a considerate person who gives credit where credit is due, she attached photo credit for the amazing picture. "Photo by @peggysirota (from the archives)!" She wrote on Instagram at the end of the caption.
If anyone can help us give us the best possible welcome in 2021, it's Jennifer Aniston.
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