If you have shower doors instead of a curtain, buying stick on “frosting” can be a huge help in situations like this. Just pull the doors closed to hide any mess.
Yikes! That sounds pretty bad.
Cute cat variations!
Ripple is super tasty!
Even with the hills, I still recommend walking. If you have the time, it’s a great way to get a feel for the different neighborhoods and see interesting architecture.
Wow, he sounds awesome! Having a great relationship with your barber/stylist can be a game changer.
Good point! Often, tutors can be more up to date on the current techniques taught than parents who learned decades ago.
If you have an electric kettle, thin rice noodles can be cooked by simply soaking in hot water.
When I bought it, I didn’t think this tofu press would be one of my most used kitchen items. But it is, and it’s wonderful! Squeezes moisture out quickly, which makes a good crisp easier. Also, flip the tofu only once...no need to fidget with it while it is frying.
Have you tried the “diving deep” technique mentioned in the article? Basically, ask for specifics to get an understanding of where he’s coming from, and maybe show him that your productivity and performance remain stellar even if you don’t work long hours. Some questions you might ask during that deeper dive for…
They sure are! Thanks for the heads up.
Yeah, it’s already a long process and this’ll likely make it even longer.
Interesting method! One that works well if everyone has the extra funds to be able to pay weeks or months in advance of the trip.
I’m a huge fan of Splitwise!
That falls under the “guest policy” discussion.
+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!