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manageable: Who would’ve thought the quarantine would lift my depression? I feel like it’s manageable.
manageable: Who would’ve thought the quarantine would lift my depression? I feel like it’s manageable.

Who would’ve thought the quarantine would lift my depression? I feel like it’s manageable.

manageable: Beautiful, makes a 12h flight manageable
manageable: Beautiful, makes a 12h flight manageable

Beautiful, makes a 12h flight manageable

manageable: She makes Social Isolation a little more manageable
manageable: She makes Social Isolation a little more manageable

She makes Social Isolation a little more manageable

manageable: Does this schedule seem manageable? Also thoughts on multi?
manageable: Does this schedule seem manageable? Also thoughts on multi?

Does this schedule seem manageable? Also thoughts on multi?

manageable: 50 Tips Knock out your most pressing or unpleasant task first to set a mood of triumph and productivity for the rest of the day. Try the Pomodoro technique: Work 25 minutes, then enjoy a 5-minute break. If it will take less than 2 minutes, do it now. Figure out when you feel most energetic. Schedule important tasks during this time. Write down daily goals. Create a realistic to-do list. Apps like Wunderlist can help. to Boost and Sustain Your Productivity Gamify your to-do list. Assign XP to tasks: Harder tasks give more XP. Play alone or with friends (on a Google sheet). Or try Habitica, a gamified task Commit to spending 2 minutes on a goal. Want to write more? Write a sentence. Once you start doing something, it's easier to keep going. "If you spend too much time thinking about a thing, you'll never get it done." – Bruce Lee Go for a walk to improve your mood, ease stress, and boost enthusiasm. "Most think the past equals the future. Decision is the ultimate power." – Tony Robbins Listen to tutorials/podcasts/lec tures on 1.5x speed to learn stuff faster. manager. Focus on minutes. Invest your 1,440 daily minutes wisely. Do you want to spend 30 valuable minutes scrolling on Facebook? Pre-program the coffee maker, choose an outfit, and prep lunch the night before. Resist the snooze button, as it resets your sleep cycle, causing grogginess for longer. Don't look at your phone for the first hour of the day. Being consistent wins over being talented. Wake up at 6 a.m. or earlier – you'll be in the company of super-successful people! "Amateurs sit and wait for inspiration; the rest of us just get up and go to work." – Stephen King Eliminate screen time 30 minutes before bedtime. Read instead. Hug your pet. Studies show that furry friends help relieve stress. Workplaces that allow pets report higher job satisfaction. Learn to use positive self-talk. A massive study showed that it was the most powerful motivational technique! Imagine positive actions (working out, studying, waking up early) as investments in the happiness of your future self. "Punish" bad habits with good ones. For example, do 5 push-ups for every 20 minutes you waste on the Internet. Listen to music in the shower. Studies show that singing in the shower offers physical, emotional, and mental health benefits. Break large, complex goals into easily manageable chunks and complete one at a time. Envision how amazing and calm you would feel after your workout is complete. Now, do it! "Don't count the days. Make the days count." Muhammad Ali "Position yourself to succeed by doing the other things in your life that rejuvenate you. Exhaustion affects your quality and productivity. - Jeff VanderMeer Use apps that block time-sucking websites for a selected period of time, like SelfControl, StayFocusd, and Cold Turkey. "Reflect on what you do in a day. You may have never realized how some simple, harmless activities rob you of precious time." - Vivek Naik Set 90-day goals rather than annual goals. This makes them Feel more attainable and manageable. Got a long commute? Listen to podcasts, audiobooks, and scheduled calls (hands-free!) during the drive. Make bad habits difficult. If Standing (like with a standing desk) and moving is proven to boost productivity and focus. "Don't wait. The time will never be just right." Napoleon Hill you play on your phone in the morning, keep it out of reach and commit to only looking at it out of bed. LATER Don't break the chain: Write steps toward your goal on a calendar, and try not to break the chain by accomplishing each daily step. Exercise in the morning. It can improve your mood for up to 12 hours, and less stress leads to more efficiency. Stay hydrated. Even mild dehydration may significantly impact work capacity and productivity. "If you want an easy job to seem mighty hard, just keep putting if off." Richard Miller Classical, nature, epic, video game, and ambient music are shown to boost focus. Chew gum. Studies show that chewing arouses the brain and helps with problem-solving. Work near plants. Green spaces relieve stress and boost productivity. Turn off phone notifications and put your phone out of sight. "You have to utilize who you are in your work. Nobody else can do that. Nobody else can pull from your background, from your parents, your upbringing, " Created by: https://www.titlemax.com/discovery-center/ lifestyle/50-tips-to-boost-and-sustain-your-productivity/ Plan a reward for accomplishing a task. The brain releases dopamine in anticipation of a reward, which preps the brain for critical thinking. "Don't fake it till you make it; fake it till you become it. Do it enough until you actually become it and internalize." - Amy Cuddy Employ Parkinson's Law to your advantage: Assign less time than you think you need for a task to get it done faster. "Great acts are made up of small deeds.' - Lao Tzu Write down things to remember as soon as they pop into your head. Sources: your whole life experience. - David Carson https://www.inc.com| https://medium.com | https://www.ted.com do [Image] A poster of 50 tips to boost and sustain productivity.
manageable: 50 Tips
 Knock out your most
 pressing or unpleasant
 task first to set a mood
 of triumph and
 productivity for the rest
 of the day.
 Try the Pomodoro
 technique: Work 25
 minutes, then enjoy a
 5-minute break.
 If it will take less than
 2 minutes, do it now.
 Figure out when you
 feel most energetic.
 Schedule important
 tasks during this time.
 Write down
 daily goals.
 Create a realistic
 to-do list. Apps like
 Wunderlist can help.
 to Boost and Sustain
 Your Productivity
 Gamify your to-do list.
 Assign XP to tasks: Harder
 tasks give more XP. Play
 alone or with friends (on a
 Google sheet). Or try
 Habitica, a gamified task
 Commit to spending 2
 minutes on a goal. Want
 to write more? Write a
 sentence. Once you start
 doing something, it's
 easier to keep going.
 "If you spend too much
 time thinking about a
 thing, you'll never get it
 done." – Bruce Lee
 Go for a walk to
 improve your mood,
 ease stress, and
 boost enthusiasm.
 "Most think the past
 equals the future.
 Decision is the ultimate
 power." – Tony Robbins
 Listen to
 tutorials/podcasts/lec
 tures on 1.5x speed
 to learn stuff faster.
 manager.
 Focus on minutes. Invest
 your 1,440 daily minutes
 wisely. Do you want to
 spend 30 valuable minutes
 scrolling on Facebook?
 Pre-program the coffee
 maker, choose an
 outfit, and prep lunch
 the night before.
 Resist the snooze
 button, as it resets your
 sleep cycle, causing
 grogginess for longer.
 Don't look at your
 phone for the first hour
 of the day.
 Being consistent wins
 over being talented.
 Wake up at 6 a.m. or
 earlier – you'll be in the
 company of
 super-successful people!
 "Amateurs sit and wait
 for inspiration; the rest of
 us just get up and go to
 work." – Stephen King
 Eliminate screen time
 30 minutes before
 bedtime. Read instead.
 Hug your pet. Studies show
 that furry friends help
 relieve stress. Workplaces
 that allow pets report
 higher job satisfaction.
 Learn to use positive
 self-talk. A massive study
 showed that it was the
 most powerful
 motivational technique!
 Imagine positive actions
 (working out, studying,
 waking up early) as
 investments in the happiness
 of your future self.
 "Punish" bad habits with
 good ones. For example,
 do 5 push-ups for every
 20 minutes you waste on
 the Internet.
 Listen to music in the
 shower. Studies show that
 singing in the shower offers
 physical, emotional, and
 mental health benefits.
 Break large, complex
 goals into easily
 manageable chunks and
 complete one at a time.
 Envision how amazing
 and calm you would feel
 after your workout is
 complete. Now, do it!
 "Don't count the days.
 Make the days count."
 Muhammad Ali
 "Position yourself to
 succeed by doing the other
 things in your life that
 rejuvenate you. Exhaustion
 affects your quality
 and productivity.
 - Jeff VanderMeer
 Use apps that block
 time-sucking websites for
 a selected period of time,
 like SelfControl,
 StayFocusd, and Cold
 Turkey.
 "Reflect on what you do
 in a day. You may have
 never realized how some
 simple, harmless activities
 rob you of precious time."
 - Vivek Naik
 Set 90-day goals rather
 than annual goals. This
 makes them Feel more
 attainable and
 manageable.
 Got a long commute? Listen
 to podcasts, audiobooks,
 and scheduled calls
 (hands-free!) during the
 drive.
 Make bad habits difficult. If
 Standing (like with a
 standing desk) and moving
 is proven to boost
 productivity and focus.
 "Don't wait. The time will
 never be just right."
 Napoleon Hill
 you play on your phone in
 the morning, keep it out of
 reach and commit to only
 looking at it out of bed.
 LATER
 Don't break the chain:
 Write steps toward your
 goal on a calendar, and
 try not to break the chain
 by accomplishing each
 daily step.
 Exercise in the morning. It
 can improve your mood
 for up to 12 hours, and
 less stress leads to more
 efficiency.
 Stay hydrated. Even mild
 dehydration may
 significantly impact work
 capacity and productivity.
 "If you want an easy job
 to seem mighty hard, just
 keep putting if off."
 Richard Miller
 Classical, nature, epic,
 video game, and ambient
 music are shown to
 boost focus.
 Chew gum. Studies show
 that chewing arouses the
 brain and helps with
 problem-solving.
 Work near plants. Green
 spaces relieve stress and
 boost productivity.
 Turn off phone
 notifications and put your
 phone out of sight.
 "You have to utilize who
 you are in your work.
 Nobody else can do that.
 Nobody else can pull from
 your background, from your
 parents, your upbringing,
 "
 Created by:
 https://www.titlemax.com/discovery-center/
 lifestyle/50-tips-to-boost-and-sustain-your-productivity/
 Plan a reward for
 accomplishing a task. The
 brain releases dopamine
 in anticipation of a
 reward, which preps the
 brain for critical thinking.
 "Don't fake it till you
 make it; fake it till you
 become it. Do it enough
 until you actually become
 it and internalize."
 - Amy Cuddy
 Employ Parkinson's Law
 to your advantage:
 Assign less time than you
 think you need for a task
 to get it done faster.
 "Great acts are made up
 of small deeds.'
 - Lao Tzu
 Write down things to
 remember as soon as they
 pop into your head.
 Sources:
 your whole life experience.
 - David Carson
 https://www.inc.com| https://medium.com | https://www.ted.com
 do
[Image] A poster of 50 tips to boost and sustain productivity.

[Image] A poster of 50 tips to boost and sustain productivity.

manageable: ? question 73 views Final project optional? A respectful argument, hoping for a respecful response I've been working on the project since after the test, yet feel no closer to completing it. I, as l'm guessing many of us are, am approaching the maximum amount of time I can give this project, as I have other classes to prepare for on Monday. While I believe a "hard" project isn't grounds for making it optional, I hope you consider the position some of us are in. To be blunt, I believe this project is outside the scope of this class. From the syllabus, it says "This is a course in the foundational aspects of security; not a course giving you practice in hacking". I could go more into this topic, but it seems to pivot away from the "foundational" topics we were discussing in class, and gets a little more into the meat of what it means to practice security than I think what Dr. Young intended.. Its a little bit of a shock when a class starts out teaching you what CIA is in security, to then being linked graduate textbooks over RSA and developing an alphanumeric shellcode encoder. I believe this goes against the spirit of this class, which focuses more on protocols and just wants you to "become conversant with current security-related issues in the field". All this might be manageable if it wasn't such a bad time. The project was released over Thanksgiving break, little of us will work during this time spent with our families. The week we get back, we also have a test to study for, and given its class weight, was a primary focus. This effectively gives us 4 days to do this project, with almost no official office hours, or possible deadline extension. This isn't even mentioning the common theme that other classes also have final projects/tests due the last week of class. Personally, I do find the project very interesting. I am interested in the security field, and found reading about this topic widen my knowledge. I also learned that one of my favorite tools, msfvenom, has an alphanumeric shellcode encoder, and used this to test my code. So I know I can use this knowledge on real exploits. Again, I just feel this project was ill-timed, and many of us are ill- prepared for a project outside the scope of this class. I hope l am not just speaking for my small friend group, and instead the entire class, when I ask for some kind of compromise. logistics project Updated 18 hours ago by Anonymous edit undo good question 40 s the students' answer, where students colectively construct a single answer Actions Click to start off the wiki answer the instructors' answer, where instructors collectively construct a single answer Dear students, First of all, thank you for your comments. We all live in a competitive society, and the amount of reward we receive is primarily determined by the amount of contribution we make to society. We can hardly make any significant contribution without sufficient skills. I moved to the United States from China three months ago for a Ph.D. here at UT Austin. America is the wealthiest country in the world. Most of you have lived in the U.S. a lot longer than me, and are very used to the luxury lifestyle here. I am not American, butI also want to lead a luxury lifestyle. Presumably, you as Americans also want to continue your way of life. Unfortunately, resources in this world are limited and cannot afford every human being to be this rich. The competitive nature of this world determines that you have to be more competitive than us to defend against us. When I was attending college in China, I usually take around ten courses every semester. I spent an average of 12+ hours every day on my studies, including holidays and semester breaks. The workload I had was a lot higher than what you described in this post, and the difficulty of the courses I took was also more significant. I am not saying that you should do exactly what I did. However, you should be aware that people like me are going be your future competitors. Many of you mentioned the large number of students who believe this assignment is too hard and who would like to give up. Again, in a competitive environment, only a few people can stand out. The nature of our world is cruel, no matter how people try to embellish it or how advanced civilization is. I wish you all the best. Your TA The nature of our world in cruel
manageable: ? question
 73 views
 Final project optional? A respectful argument, hoping for a respecful response
 I've been working on the project since after the test, yet feel no closer to completing it. I, as l'm guessing many of us are, am approaching the maximum amount of time I can give this project, as I
 have other classes to prepare for on Monday. While I believe a "hard" project isn't grounds for making it optional, I hope you consider the position some of us are in.
 To be blunt, I believe this project is outside the scope of this class. From the syllabus, it says "This is a course in the foundational aspects of security; not a course giving you practice in hacking". I
 could go more into this topic, but it seems to pivot away from the "foundational" topics we were discussing in class, and gets a little more into the meat of what it means to practice security than I
 think what Dr. Young intended.. Its a little bit of a shock when a class starts out teaching you what CIA is in security, to then being linked graduate textbooks over RSA and developing an
 alphanumeric shellcode encoder. I believe this goes against the spirit of this class, which focuses more on protocols and just wants you to "become conversant with current security-related issues
 in the field".
 All this might be manageable if it wasn't such a bad time. The project was released over Thanksgiving break, little of us will work during this time spent with our families. The week we get back, we
 also have a test to study for, and given its class weight, was a primary focus. This effectively gives us 4 days to do this project, with almost no official office hours, or possible deadline extension.
 This isn't even mentioning the common theme that other classes also have final projects/tests due the last week of class.
 Personally, I do find the project very interesting. I am interested in the security field, and found reading about this topic widen my knowledge. I also learned that one of my favorite tools, msfvenom,
 has an alphanumeric shellcode encoder, and used this to test my code. So I know I can use this knowledge on real exploits. Again, I just feel this project was ill-timed, and many of us are ill-
 prepared for a project outside the scope of this class. I hope l am not just speaking for my small friend group, and instead the entire class, when I ask for some kind of compromise.
 logistics project
 Updated 18 hours ago by Anonymous
 edit
 undo good question
 40
 s the students' answer, where students colectively construct a single answer
 Actions
 Click to start off the wiki answer
 the instructors' answer, where instructors collectively construct a single answer
 Dear students,
 First of all, thank you for your comments.
 We all live in a competitive society, and the amount of reward we receive is primarily determined by the amount of contribution we make to society. We can hardly make any significant contribution
 without sufficient skills.
 I moved to the United States from China three months ago for a Ph.D. here at UT Austin. America is the wealthiest country in the world. Most of you have lived in the U.S. a lot longer than me, and
 are very used to the luxury lifestyle here. I am not American, butI also want to lead a luxury lifestyle. Presumably, you as Americans also want to continue your way of life. Unfortunately, resources
 in this world are limited and cannot afford every human being to be this rich. The competitive nature of this world determines that you have to be more competitive than us to defend against us.
 When I was attending college in China, I usually take around ten courses every semester. I spent an average of 12+ hours every day on my studies, including holidays and semester breaks. The
 workload I had was a lot higher than what you described in this post, and the difficulty of the courses I took was also more significant. I am not saying that you should do exactly what I did.
 However, you should be aware that people like me are going
 be your future competitors.
 Many of you mentioned the large number of students who believe this assignment is too hard and who would like to give up. Again, in a competitive environment, only a few people can stand out.
 The nature of our world is cruel, no matter how people try to embellish it or how advanced civilization is.
 I wish you all the best.
 Your TA
The nature of our world in cruel

The nature of our world in cruel

manageable: de 292 PIERCE BROWN too At night, they seem to have more soldiers awake than in the day. move. They watch for sneak assaults. Blazing bundles of tinder light the base of their walls at night. Somehow, they have dogs now. Those wakes till the shal a prowl along the battlements. The way from the water is guarded dur- ever since I tried sending Sevro in through the latrines long ago ing a sneak attack I arranged when we were at war with Minerva. hear t Ice He barely forgave me for that one. The Ceres students come out no longer. They've learned the risks of battling stronger Houses on open ground. They'll hole up for winter, and when the cold and hunger have weakened the other Houses, they'll emerge from their fortress in the spring-strong, prepared, and organized. But they'll never make it to the spring. "So we attack during the day?" Mustang guesses. "Naturally," I say. Sometimes I wonder why we even bother speaking. She knows my thoughts. Even the mad ones. This idea is an especially mad one. We practiced it in a clearing in the Northwoods for a whole day after flattening out the wood with axes. Pax makes the plan possible. We hold competitions to see who has the best balance on the wood. Mustang wins. Horsefaced Milia is second, and she's spitting bitter that she doesn't beat Mustang. tang's heats away betwe "G I can' Mu hollo like l cruste "W I c band I'm third. horse As we did when springing the trap on House Mars, we sneak as close as we dare the night before and bury ourselves in the deep snow. Again, Mustang and I pair off, huddling tight with one an- other under the snow. Tactus tries pairing with Milia, but she tells him to go slag himself. "If you look at it properly, I was trying to do you a favor," he mut- ters over at Milia as he huddles down under Pax's smelly armpit. "You're about as pretty as a gargoyle's wart. So when else would you get a chance to snuggle with the likes of me? Ungrateful sow." Mustang and the other girls snort their derision. Then the quiet of night and the chill of the open ice plain bite into us and we grow silent. Come morning, Mustang and in fro "Y head "It "Ah, "A smirk thigh ting tive. Reap I8 wind the p shiver into one another, and a new snowfall threatens to ruin our plan, burying us even deeper in the plain. But the wind is manageable and the flakes do not bury us com ఉరి Nice guy logic in Pierce Brown's Red Rising... Hey let's cuddle up. No? You're ugly anyways.
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 too
 At night, they seem to have more soldiers awake than in the day.
 move.
 They watch for sneak assaults. Blazing bundles of tinder light the
 base of their walls at night. Somehow, they have dogs now. Those
 wakes
 till the
 shal
 a
 prowl along the battlements. The way from the water is guarded
 dur-
 ever since I tried sending Sevro in through the latrines long ago
 ing a sneak attack I arranged when we were at war with Minerva.
 hear t
 Ice
 He barely forgave me for that one. The Ceres students come out no
 longer. They've learned the risks of battling stronger Houses on
 open ground. They'll hole up for winter, and when the cold and
 hunger have weakened the other Houses, they'll emerge from their
 fortress in the spring-strong, prepared, and organized.
 But they'll never make it to the spring.
 "So we attack during the day?" Mustang guesses.
 "Naturally," I say. Sometimes I wonder why we even bother
 speaking. She knows my thoughts. Even the mad ones.
 This idea is an especially mad one. We practiced it in a clearing in
 the Northwoods for a whole day after flattening out the wood with
 axes. Pax makes the plan possible. We hold competitions to see who
 has the best balance on the wood. Mustang wins. Horsefaced Milia
 is second, and she's spitting bitter that she doesn't beat Mustang.
 tang's
 heats
 away
 betwe
 "G
 I can'
 Mu
 hollo
 like l
 cruste
 "W
 I c
 band
 I'm third.
 horse
 As we did when springing the trap on House Mars, we sneak as
 close as we dare the night before and bury ourselves in the deep
 snow. Again, Mustang and I pair off, huddling tight with one an-
 other under the snow. Tactus tries pairing with Milia, but she tells
 him to go slag himself.
 "If you look at it properly, I was trying to do you a favor," he mut-
 ters over at Milia as he huddles down under Pax's smelly armpit.
 "You're about as pretty as a gargoyle's wart. So when else would
 you get a chance to snuggle with the likes of me? Ungrateful sow."
 Mustang and the other girls snort their derision. Then the quiet
 of night and the chill of the open ice plain bite into us and we grow
 silent.
 Come morning, Mustang and
 in fro
 "Y
 head
 "It
 "Ah,
 "A
 smirk
 thigh
 ting
 tive.
 Reap
 I8
 wind
 the p
 shiver into one another, and a
 new snowfall threatens to ruin our plan, burying us even deeper in
 the plain. But the wind is manageable and the flakes do not bury us
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Nice guy logic in Pierce Brown's Red Rising... Hey let's cuddle up. No? You're ugly anyways.

Nice guy logic in Pierce Brown's Red Rising... Hey let's cuddle up. No? You're ugly anyways.

manageable: Dishwashing oan San Ro My roommate never does her fucking dishes. At least we have a split sink so it’s manageable for me. Any polite ways to get her to do them on the regular?
manageable: Dishwashing
 oan
 San
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My roommate never does her fucking dishes. At least we have a split sink so it’s manageable for me. Any polite ways to get her to do them on the regular?

My roommate never does her fucking dishes. At least we have a split sink so it’s manageable for me. Any polite ways to get her to do them...