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MODEL MOTIVATION

I have my own business working from home and I was doing long, long hours, having minimal contact with people daily,” explains 34-year-old Milton Janusch. “I was mentally fatigued. I felt lonely, isolated and overwhelmed with work. A week could pass and the only people I would see would be a Deliveroo driver and my then-fiancé (now my wife), Stacey. I’d piled on weight gradually and didn’t really notice how big

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