The Underdog Year's End One Hundred Words: 2020

As we end 2020 (and Underdog's first year), there's a lot that could be said. Time became especially valuable this year so our inaugural New Year's Eve blog post is capped at 100 words. Underdog was set up this year to try to give something back but also to take a tiny action within a year of upheaval. So if there's a theme, it's taking actions rather than saying words. 2020 saw many small, powerful actions by individuals. So here's to a year of silver linings, humble realisations and the millions of small things ordinary people did for each other.

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