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March 21, 2014 7:00 PM

Lenten season helps you learn how to say 'no' to yourself

Mornings are not my favorite, and they've been especially rough since Ash Wednesday. With the first day of Lent, I decided I'd give up my morning coffee and drink tea instead. All you hippies who swear green tea is as caffeinated as coffee need to stop. Each morning, my only reason to stop hitting "snooze" and stumble into the kitchen was knowing that my coffeemaker is aglow and percolating, ready to provide caffeinated relief to the injury that is being awake at 6:30 a.m.

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