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Yes, Do Put Your Label on Me

Bill Schweber
CameronRobertson
CameronRobertson
10/15/2018 2:34:17 AM
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This makes me happy that I know a little bit about how to get my computer systems and appliances set up. I had such a good time getting everything all organized in my home and making the wiring setup all neat and tidy! It's actually kind of therapeutic to see how everything gets so neatly tied up and set aside. Spaghetti wires give me anxiety in comparison!

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EdwardThirlwall
EdwardThirlwall
2/26/2019 9:01:23 PM
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Labelling and organising
I have always loved labelling and no, it isn't because I am an organizing freak but it is just that I simply love printing the labels. Yes, childish but at the same time so neat and tidy around the clock. It has become a habit of mine and I have to say that my hobby increases as the day passes which definitely helps keep everything in place.

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