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Trying to do better with my about people. Rather new. Old friends. Blood or even the of your life. Stop setting myself up for disappointment && getting my heart broke. Everyone lies. Everyone pretends. Just need to get over it and face the facts.. #foolmeonce

But they forget you still savage! You done with the wrong nature vibin savage...a woman scorned never forgets 💁🏻‍♀️ #foolmeonce

A dreary morning calls for a good book. Lucky for you, I have six rainy day recommendations for you! ☔️ — Behold my stack of @harlancoben hardcovers. These are just a few of some of my favorite books of his. You can’t go wrong grabbing one of these. You can thank me later, I’ll wait. 😊 — What’s the last Coben book you’ve read? Any other books you’re going to be reading to pass the rain away? . . . . . #foolmeonce

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Alice in Wanderlust

Fool me once... #foolmeonce

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Ugh I sooooo mad. You guys I careful. I mean obnoxiously careful. Like I make 90% of what my fily consumes or topically uses and I read labels on every purchase I make. I don’t know how I let this slip under the radar for so long. I mean they are plant based! Charitable! I guess because I’ve been literally using this brand for years. I found it when I first switched up from regular shpoo and conditioner to the “no sulfates, dyes, etc etc etc.” and I guess the only way I can explain it is that I must not have known about fragrances and perfumes at the time i made that switch and never re-read my labels just assuming that if my go to products has already passed my other tests then they’d be fine. Boy was I wrong. Also how frustrating is it that companies tout “no this that and the other” alllll over their front and still contain other horrible things. They got me. They got me bad. I was comfortable with this brand for so long that I never thought to check up on them as I continued this wellness journey. It was a step in the right direction but not far enough. Just goes to show you that you can’t ever be too careful. Read those labels. I guess i know what I’m ordering in July’s YL essential rewards order. . . Don’t know why I’m upset? Here’s a quick rundown: “About 95 percent of chemicals used in synthetic fragrances are derived from petroleum (crude oil). They include benzene derivatives (carcinogenic), aldehydes, toluene and many other known toxic chemicals linked to cancer, birth defects, central nervous system disorders and allergic reactions. (1) Unfortunately, 30 years later, toxic ingredients continue turn up in products we use and breathe in on a daily basis. Some of the worst toxic ingredients used in lotions, shpoos, laundry detergents, cleaning products and so much more include synthetic scents, often listed as on labels as the elusive “fragrance” (catch all term that covers at least 3,000 ingredients) And many on the list are known or suspected endocrine disruptors, compounds that tinker with hormonal health that can trigger weight gain and even set you up for diseases decades down the line. . . Continued in comments

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Matthew Peglow

“Hey, remember us? That company that closed it’s stores and couldn’t pay bills this year. We have a new idea, what if you just send us stuff and we will pay you if it sells. Trust us. It will work. We’re good at this.” #foolmeonce @toysrus

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Jim Jiminy

From WBRK in Pawshington, I'm Jim Jiminy. New research has uncovered key patterns that indicate pups are about to get a walk. The first sign is always members of the House putting on their sneakers, at which point pups often get excited. It turns out, however, that this excitement can sometimes be premature; the data suggest that about 20% of the time, the House puts on sneakers without proceeding to the next steps. Research further reveals that subsequent steps certainly indicate and imminent walk; these include the House collecting bags, putting on the treat pouch, and most importantly, fitting a pup in his harness. Given these findings, pupper members of the House are considering introducing legislation that would make it illegal for the House to put on their sneakers if they don't intend to proceed to a walk. Such a move would help pups with managing their expectations and avoid disappointment. This is DOGPR; I'm Jim Jiminy. #foolmeonce

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