Así es la vida: triste y jodida
El que no te caga, te olvida
Note to self: DO NOT USE attach(). Do whatever it takes to avoid it.
I would up making a mess of my variables, to the point were the variables of the dataframe I was using were masking themselves four times over.
In case this happens in the future, to get out of the mess:
A month from submission, I am officially in thesis mode. Which is why I have set up a date with myself over the weekend to make a crochet bathroom rug. (?)
I have recently discovered what to do with radishes, and that they are wonderful! Sliced on labneh and olive oil toast, sprinkled with sumac. Or roasted with balsamic vinegar. Salad shmalad!
If you want to know how eating habits have changed in the US over the past four and a half decades, you can check trends out here.
how to make a boring but neat flowchart in Word. And this, too, was progress.
It took me four hours and thirty-odd minutes to write two paragraphs with a total of five citations. This is progress!
I used to think grad student stereotypes were grossly exaggerated and only applied to sissies. And so this is the year of Learning To Eat My Words And Not Judge.
For next time I panic and don’t work: it’s not difficult to write. It just takes time and moderate concentration. Just follow the directions, make sure to check off all the boxes and it will get done, slowly but surely.
Reddit may not save the world, but it certainly makes it a better place.
I really appreciate this woman’s balanced, reasoned arguments. Looking forward to reading her book and following up her claims with Cochrane reviews.
In other news, I’m making amba, which means there is a jar of mango pieces fermenting in my kitchen. Not sure why but it makes me giddy.
Bought expensive salt today. Feels like a turning point in my life. Brb, figuring out how to use finishing salt while still being punk rock.
Edit: expensive salt is an emperor with no clothing. I guess it goes to show you can sometimes turn around after a watershed moment. Or that one should be more judicious about labeling events as such.
I made this yesterday and it was just as delicious as I’d hoped. Will be making it again.
Cook udon in a medium pot of boiling salted water according to package directions. Transfer udon to a colander to drain; reserve cooking liquid in pot. Transfer udon to a large bowl and toss with 1 Tbsp. oil.
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