[BAWD #76] HTML Forms and E2E Testing
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I trust you had a busy week and an easy weekend 😉? Btw, here’s a friendly reminder that the process of behavioral change starts with conscious awareness of your existing habits. The Point-and-Calling method and Habits Scorecard exercise are useful ways to get started.
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