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I came into work today needing a "pick-me-up". I'll admit it, Acquired feeling a little tired. Decaf Chamomile Mint tea with honey just didn't cut it this morning, except to soothe my throat. I'm not saying a morning person either, so regardless if I wake up feeling great and well rested, it's guaranteed that I'll hit snooze at the very least once. On mornings where I feel exhausted still I have been known to get to the snooze button for over 1. Yikes. I feel unhealthy for my college roommates!

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