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I thought my problems weren't "real" enough.
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For anyone who has a nice notebook, a good pen, and no clue where to begin.
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Happy Aquarius season!
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Let's find out if you're tossing the right stuff in your recycling bin.
No meat. No dairy. No hassle.
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