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Great concepts, but the stories often get muddied and boring by the middle and I usually end up turned it off. For example, New Year, New You was kind of genius. She reminded me of so many female 'gurus' selling aspirations online. But by the end, with all the yelling, I was bored and turned it off. Love the idea of a monthly anthology, just wish more work went into the stories.
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