I'm getting back on the bike.

I used to engage in all kinds of bad habits just to release the stress I get from coding. But after doing some soul searching, I've found out that I need to have a real person I can talk to when I feel down. So I've decided to get back on the dating bike after being away from it for over 4 years!!! Give me some tips and wish me luck. How do you de-stress when code stresses you? I'm curious.

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I will go to the market for dark chocolate then break at least half an hour :)

I can see you are a fan of chocolates.

Close my eyes/take some deep breaths and find something to do away from monitors!

Wow. I find it difficult to find something that doesn't involve monitors. That's why I think I need a human to talk with.

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