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  1. Share something unique or cool about yourself. For instance, I'm a lion tamer - well, sort of. I was bored to death while staying at home during the height of the pandemic, so I taught a tiger (orange tabby), a lion (floofy tortoiseshell), and a panther (black cat) to do circus tricks. Our act was the entertainment during work Zoom breaks and the highlight of the day. I'm happy to be back in the office, but I do miss all those extra cuddles. Let's hear something about you.
    4 points
  2. That's both fantastic and hilarious, Nickel. It sounds like you'd make an incredible contestant on Jeopardy! Pokcare, way to be an overachiever without losing too much of yourself. I'm glad you're working on your social relationships. Unfortunately, the pandemic probably isn't making it easy.
    3 points
  3. Two years ago, I managed to balance sports training, academics, and freelance work. I slept in the living room so that I wouldn't oversleep and feel lazy. Those days were full, and I'm thankful that I was able to do that. And to make use of time during commutes, I'd list the things I would do in my head once I get home. But then, thinking back, I was kind of turned off emotionally. So now, I'm trying to improve how I handle my social relationships.
    3 points
  4. I have honestly never heard of anyone applying sunscreen at night. Doesn't it come off when you are sleeping? I make sure that I wash my face every night before bed. I get all of the makeup off of my face (completely). I also use a moisturizer at night after I wash it. I apply a moisturizer on my entire body after I shower. I have extremely dry skin and I find this helps.
    2 points
  5. I overcame my stuttering problem. I was a bad stutterer when I was very young, 5 or 6ish, and I couldn't pronounce my R's either. I sounded like a nervous kid from Boston. lol Well, speech therapy was given to me by my school to help with my "Boston accent", and during the course of that, I overcame my stuttering. It took a few years, but I got there. Pretty cool, huh? I remember there were 2 young ladies helping me out with this. Looking back, I'm pretty sure they were high school students doing this for extra credits. College prep, and all. They did a great job though.
    2 points
  6. In elementary school, I would jump from one obsession to another. I would get library books about dog breeds and memorize each, then I moved to Beatles song lyrics and did the same. However, the one that still makes me go "huh?" is cocktail recipes. I was an odd child!
    2 points
  7. I'm 60% remote, 40% in person. I still somewhat prefer being remote. I like spending time in another building in another neighborhood – but it's nice not filling up my gas tank as much these days!
    1 point
  8. What's your go-to routine, tip, or product? I'm certain this step is not recommended, but it works with my schedule: applying sunscreen at night, so I can get out the door faster in the morning.
    1 point
  9. Even if the drive-by scenery isn't that great, one thing I love about being on the road is checking out music playlists. I do this way more while driving than when I'm doing anything else.
    1 point
  10. I can remember as a child going to my grandparents house and laughing (internally) when they tried to teach me about birds. Now when I think back to those days, I kick myself. I'm lucky enough that my mom listened to them and gained a lot of knowledge. I've been trying to learn more about the birds in our area. I love watching them and seeing how they interact with each other. I've put out many different types of feeders and different types of birdseed (worms, suet, seeds). I've even named a few of the "regulars". Anyone else share interest in my newfound hobby?
    1 point
  11. No, I really don't. I haven't even thought of it. I enjoy driving and find it relaxing, but I always stick to the interstate when I can. I don't pay much attention to the landscape either. I'm more or less on a mission to get there. Your route sounds nice, though!
    1 point
  12. I agree Pokcare! I love getting socks for Christmas. I put them on my list every year. I also have a standing order for zip-up black sweatshirts. It is funny how our lists change as we age. This year I am asking for a new vacuum.
    1 point
  13. During these times, companies should be considerate with employees' preference of working environment. Others are just more worried than their co-workers concerning the situation that they would be more comfortable working in their homes. On the other hand, some people would prefer to work in the office. Since working from home has its inconveniences, especially for people who have children. It's good to hear that your company is being flexible.
    1 point
  14. It's steady but quiet. The bosses are still strict about social distancing, including only allowing two at a time in bathrooms that can easily fit four or five people. I took on an additional job, and now my days are beyond full! Thanks for asking, @SableC.
    1 point
  15. Well, hi there. Nice to see you're still around. It's been a minute. Wrapping up my day, but I hope you and yours are doing well. I'm so glad you liked my piece of writing.
    1 point
  16. Fruits are a good source of nutrients such as vitamins A and C, potassium and fiber. Furthermore, they have no cholesterol and are mostly low in fat or sodium. However, despite all the benefits, many people tend to eat them sparingly, myself included. How often do you eat fruits?
    1 point