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  1. I’ve tried to come up with clothes that are as generally acceptable as possible – polo shirts and chinos and black walking shoes. (Fortunately I don’t go many places where formal wear is required – I don’t enjoy formality very much.)

    Healthy body I look after by going for walks usually with my partner (which is the most enjoyable way for me) and healthy mind by engaging with the problems I have. I don’t change my modalities much (how I deal with the problems), maybe I should.

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