My strategy is trying to stay out of the single-study news cycle, unless it’s so bad I need to do a Dose of Reality about it. We learn little to nothing from individual studies.
I have never managed Inktober for more than a few days. I think nano is “easier” because it’s more of a commitment. You can’t expect 15 free minutes to show themselves; you have to make the effort to block out a full hour or two.
Ooh do I have a tip for you! I’m much better with short stories myself, so here’s what works well for me:
A free food slack channel! That’s a much better way of getting the word out than plopping a cake down in the middle of the office.
These are excellent tips.
NEVER fake an intolerance/allergy because then you’re just ruining things for people who have a real one.
😂 Become the problem you want to see in the world.
:( indeed. I hope your plan stays safe.
OK but it actually affects millions of Americans’ ability to access health care.
That article is quibbling over what lessons to draw from Tennessee; it doesn’t contradict the fact that this EO separates insured people into two risk pools, which is exactly the problem that has been articulated by everyone on the left and center, and many on the right.
(I did edit that line. Thanks for pointing it out.)
I had an epidural with one of my kids but not the other two.
This is a good answer.
But who has ever argued for that extreme view of outside of a small handful of stuffy technocrats and a few more extremist Mensa members?
Reebok, it seems.
Hmm, but you get the epidural because that time period is (otherwise) the long hurty part. I see what you mean though.
Politicians made this political. Everyday folks are just trying to get health care.
Good advice, thank you.
That’s a separate set of regulations, but also good to be aware of.
Minutes after posting this, I saw these google ads: