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scheduling your days?

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MAN Before Gentleman

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Barbecues - Tips?

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Brian West replied to Joshua's discussion scheduling your days?
"It's doable, and all of the lists and blogs talk about successful people being well-scheduled.  I think it's wonderful, but I find when I've tried I don't want to do what I've scheduled when it's listed.  For…"
1 minute ago
Gentleman Engineer replied to N Fan's discussion Suggestions on wardrobe for new job in laboratory setting
"Something of chinos would exist superior to those trousers of denim. Something of knitted waistcoats may function well about such a setting, especially if coats are donned with regularity about said laboratory."
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Suggestions on wardrobe for new job in laboratory setting

I'm getting ready to start a new job in a technical/laboratory setting. Dress code is generally pretty lax, lots of jeans and polos, even t-shirts are acceptable. A typical day could include your expected meetings and conference calls, desk work, along with working in the lab, building up prototypes, and even light machine shop work. I'd like to be able to dress slightly above the proverbial jeans and polo, yet still have something comfortable and durable enough to be working in the lab in.…See More
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manInTheMaking replied to manInTheMaking's discussion Child Socialization - The fall of manners in the group The Great Debate
"So that's one of the dozen or so examples I would mention. There seems to be an overall downward trend in manners and specifically in customer service."
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manInTheMaking replied to manInTheMaking's discussion Child Socialization - The fall of manners in the group The Great Debate
"Good point."
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Sir replied to manInTheMaking's discussion Child Socialization - The fall of manners in the group The Great Debate
"Hey, similar situation just happened.  We're at Home Depot for a childs crsft workshop.  One boy is loving it and the other wants to explore.   So we explore the store, him leading me into appliances.   Look, an old lady to…"
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N Fan replied to Joshua's discussion scheduling your days?
"I think that this is a very good idea! During college, I never set a particularly rigid time schedule, but I did try to set aside specific times during the day that I would do homework. i.e. I would generally work after I got out class and before…"
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