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What Do You Love: The Actress Actress Diane Farr Talks About What She Loves

What do you love? Actress and author Diane Farr talks about the little things that keep her inspired.

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Actress and author Diane Farr's new book, Kissing Outside the Lines, charts the personal and political challenges of entering an interracial marriage. This week in GOOD's video series, What Do You Love, Farr takes us on a tour of the small stuff. Here are 10 little things she loves:


1 when the babysitter walks in the door
2 seeing the freeway is empty
3 exhaling on the purple yoga mat
4 any class but coach
5 finding my man's hand in my sleep under the covers
6 being included
7 being cooked for
8 seven hours of sleep in a row
9 my first day in a new place
10 holding my little ones' hands in mine

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