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Cannabis has been proven to be good for pretty much everything "body", inside and out. So we're chasing after Herb Essntls' products, especially their Moisturizer infused with Cannabis Sativa seed oil that stimulates the natural oil production your skin craves to keep hydrated, healthy and young. Made in the USA for all skin types and free of all the bad stuff - get it below.

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Quick reminder that Valentine's Day (or Galentine's Day) is only 5 days away! The team over at BloomThat has you covered with everything from flower arrangements to sweets and gifts. Choose from a selection of handcrafted bouquets, fresh succulents and other fun surprises to curate a thoughtful gift for that special someone. Same day delivery in the SF Bay Area, NYC and Los Angeles and next day delivery available nationwide. That's a must. Click over to their site below or download the easy-to-use iOS app to check out their Valentine's Day selection starting at just $42. Do yourself a favor and check this off your list today.
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Elderbrook's Playlist for SPOILS
If you're in New York tonight make sure to catch Elderbrook at Knitting Factory! And now a few words from the man himself:

“These are songs for different modes for me. I love discovering new music and new artists and love to listen to different genres and discover interesting remixes. I feel this playlist and selection of songs gives you a good window into what I love listening to and some of the sounds and people that help inspire the music I like to create. “
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Young women in the workforce are burning out faster than ever. We are the least likely to use our vacation days and are quitting jobs faster than our male counterparts. In the transition between jobs, we’re leaving minimal time for reset and re-connection—to ourselves. A recent New York Times article told the story of a young journalist from Tokyo, Miwa Sado, who worked 159 hours of overtime in one month, and then died. In Japan, they have a term for this — it’s called “karoshi” — or death from overwork.

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