“After all, if I looked so great 40lbs ago, what does that mean now?I know people mean well, but particularly in places like a work environment, I don’t want to talk about my body in any capacity, unless I’m like, wearing a cast or something.”
Hell yes— I could get everything I need to get done done in a four-day work week (or a five-day week with much shorter days) and be happier and more productive for it, guaranteed.
That’s hurtful Claire, I think of us as One.
Hi Dan! I have a social media question—is there a polite or right way to decline a friend or follow request? For instance, if I use Twitter for work purposes, but prefer to keep Facebook and Instagram strictly to non-work friends and family? I often feel rude, but also don’t want random sources I’ve talked to over the…
I love this idea!
Doesn’t this 1) damage the gift card 2) create an enormous mess during the unwrapping/melting process?
Yes, totally! This makes it a lot earlier to have spontaneous plans without leaving a bunch of food to rot in your fridge as a result.
Veg chili is one of my favorite staples, too, but what you just laid out is truly next level. I’m absolutely doing all of this!
The solution to everything you just laid out is to freeze stuff!
This is a good approach!
I love this!! I also have been known to go back through my emails and edit out things like “just” or “if it’s not a problem” for this exact reason. Gonna pivot to “checking in” starting TODAY.
I agree! It seems totally fine!
it was meeeeeeee
You absolutely can and should.
True— the etiquette here is all predicated on something reasonable having been suggested in the first place, which is..... def not always the case.
Great tip, thank you!
Lowkey offended that parmesan is not included in this list— one of the few cheeses with a flavor sharp enough to cut through the eggs, and if you add a bunch of black pepper, you have a breakfast cacio e pepe situation.
Ha thank you! My rule of thumb is that sunglasses are always going to get scratched, lost, or broken, so I don’t spend more than $10 on them, and just buy them from street vendors in New York (I think these ones came from a stand on St. Marks).
The company gives us Macbooks to work with at the office, and I think most of us independently already had Macbooks or other laptops prior to starting the job. And it’s still more convenient on any given day not to have to lug around a computer if you don’t need to!