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    Question Best ways to de-stress?

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    When you're stressed out, what's your favorite or go-to way to unwind?
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    Modular origami, when I'm really starting to freak out about grad school. Prelims are coming up so I'll have some fairly large and impressive pieces by the time that's over with, unfortunately. Or maybe I'll work on a senbazuru.

    Otherwise it's fairly normal stuff like playing with the cats, cooking, working on the house, riding the motorcycle, tequila.

    The nearest range to me is about 45 mins away, so shooting isn't a quick or cheap way to remove stress and I don't get there often.

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    At home: Blowing up monsters (via Resident Evil, Silent Hill, etc.), also doing artwork sometimes and, of course, showers. Also having my cat in my lap, but I don't get much of a choice in when that happens =P

    At work: Coffee (the slight buzz from the caffeine has a nice calming effect on me), or going for a walk.
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    When you're stressed out, what's your favorite or go-to way to unwind?
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