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chocolate pieces

ACTS Retirement Life Community does a super food table once a month for items like chocolate. Each week the menu features a superfood item, like chocolate cake.

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Write “thank you” on every paycheck. This era tends to text thank-yous, but a handwritten note goes a long way. You can’t just preach it; it’s an active thing.

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