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How can we live happy lives — true to ourselves, bold, unafraid, and free — when our modern lives leave us overwhelmed with stress, leading to anxiety and a lack of confidence?
Dear Mishu – Live bold. Live free. Live strong.
Real Name: Mishu
Job: Advice Columnist
Weight: 48 pounds
Powers: Superior Survival Skills, Genius-level Wisdom, Enhanced Charm
Abilities: Generates stress relief and happiness
Mission: To use her Code to Teach Humans to Fight Stress and Live Happy, Bold Lives and Be True to Themselves
Origin Story: Mishu was born on the streets of Guatemala. She spent months fending for herself. There, she learned to depend on herself and her instincts for survival. Once she was rescued, Mishu activated her charm and was adopted by the family that she chose. Out of this background, Mishu developed her Code: Every Day is a Gift; Go For What You Want; Focus on the Now; Stop Worrying; Be Yourself
In 2013, four-month old Mishu moved from Guatemala to the San Francisco Bay area in northern California, where she was adopted.
Mishu’s favorite things about California were: her neighborhood friends (Misty the Taiwan dog, Yuzu the Japanese Golden Retriever, and Kaya the American Goldendoodle); the dog beach in Carmel (which allows off-leash play); and the In-N-Out Burger doggy patty (her once-a-year birthday treat).
In 2016, Mishu drove cross country with her family and moved to Durham, North Carolina, USA – otherwise known as the Bull City.
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Durham, North Carolina city mascott
Mishu’s favorite things about North Carolina are the mountains and trails for walking, sniffing, and exploring. Especially Durham’s famous Eno River and its beautiful hiking trails.
Mishu founded her Advice Column in late 2016 and it really began to take off in 2017. When she’s not working to solve humanity’s problems, Mishu enjoys walks, being off-leash, chasing squirrels, sun baths, and cuddling.
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