+1 on them being amazingly cute! What a perfect pair.
That’s a good tip! Trying a couple trainers and finding one that is a good match for what your dog needs and that you feel comfortable with can work wonders.
As I mentioned in the article, dogs are omnivores.
Decent food is key to getting through a long trip!
Do it! 💪
That sounds stressful! Have you tried setting an alarm on your phone for 10-15 minutes before you need to be at a meeting or back at work? Then you have a little buffer time to head back to the office/your desk/the meeting room.
Hope these techniques work for you! I’ve heard that with two kids, at least they sometimes entertain each other so you have a minute alone.
Hm, I think in some states if you’re an hourly employee, not taking an unpaid lunch break is illegal. So people should check their local laws before doing this.
Yes! It is your time, use it how you want.
Yes, GSD = get stuff done.
Yeah, this is why I put the guide at the top that gives example “chains” for each type of cuisine. More like, “well known, wide spread” chains rather than “happens to be more than one location” chain.
Thanks for the additions! I was surprised the submissions for Austin were so low, I’ve heard it has tons of great food.
Matt’s Bar is on the list...
Ha, for some people, it might! If you think this will only add to your stress, then it may not be for you.
The debate between In-n-out and Super Duper is also huge!
Even trails that are popular or “easy” can require more preparation than people think. For example, I was shocked by the number of people on Diamond Head who were wearing flip flops or other open shoes. It’s not exactly a paved trail and some points are pretty narrow and steep!
I have a pasta maker, even the ravioli attachment, but that still doesn’t get around the structure difference between fresh vs. dried. Don’t get me wrong, fresh pasta is amazing, but to maximize it, gotta match the type with the sauce.
This might be useful for you: when I know I only know one person for sure, I introduce them to the other person and leave a pause in the hopes the other person introduces themselves. It usually works really well. So, in your case, it would look something like this:
Other person: “Hey, Matt! Nice to see you!”
Glad they had a good sense of humor about it!
It’s tough to decide that you should move on, but at least you can keep in touch with the folks you work with.