Peace of Mind

There's rest then there's...REST. Imagine a rainy Wednesday when your workload is miraculously light and the air thick with a comforting drowsiness. The key to not being in your head is fully accepting that you're always in your head.
Big Wall
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In Grid 1
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88
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Two Tones
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148
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Watermark
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Site
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Teal Apartment
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Intervals No.1
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148
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Gray No.1
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Gray No.2
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Gray No.3
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148
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Compression
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148
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Sea/Wall No.2
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348
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Verge
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148
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Glance
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148
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Shadow Light
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148
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Snowy Window
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88
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Zone 7
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148
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Portal
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88
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Slew-Footed
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Roller Skating Example
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88
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Two Books Suggested (Dark Mode 1)
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88
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Risk Four Cents
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38
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May Save Teeth
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38
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Good Food
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38
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Bracing Practice
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88
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Before Writing This I Asked A Librarian (Dark Mode 1)
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88
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Foot Habits
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38
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Trust
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148
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Persistence
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148
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Transience II
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88
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