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Here’s a Quick Way To Decide Whether To Add Any More Clothes to Your Wardrobe

This is an old idea about buying clothes my grandmother taught me

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This is an old idea about buying clothes my grandmother taught me.

My grandmother worked throughout the War. Then she kept working in an office until well past her retirement age.

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On a journey to be more green in work and life 🇪🇺 welcome to my kinda incunabula

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