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Old 04-16-2014, 04:19 PM   #1
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stressful day!

Can't wait to get home and do my maintenance on my tanks. For me it's a good way to relieve stress when I've had one of those days like today. Anyone else relieve stress this way? There's something calming when I'm dealing with my aquatic hobby.
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Absolutely agree!!!!
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Couldn't agree more
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Best way to star my day... Tank stuff.... Best thing about walking into my apt after work... All my tanks to gaze into.. My cat gets pissed I ignore her..oh well.. Tanks are way cooler and don't maker stinky poopoos!
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Totally agree! It's time just for me

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Definitely . Testing, WCs, feeding, etc... My favorite part of every morning! And when I get home doing top offs and just watching the tank is very relaxing.
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I agree!
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