You must sleep Cut yourself a whole lotta slack The village is not optional
CHAPTER 6 Shit You Should Do If You Don't Want to Lose Your Shit Stop
thinking Slow your roll Start moving CHAPTER 7 Get Some Space from Your Kids
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