I work for an engineering and environmental consulting firm. My job involves dealing with many different projects at once. Note taking, and keeping track of due dates is a must. A number of our reports involve the preparation of numerous peripheral documents that I just can’t seem to remember.
I have survived the demands university and graduate school using my own system of planning and organization; however, I have a very demanding boss, and my system seems to be failing me more often than it should. I need recommendations for books, courses, or any other learning materials that might help me upgrade my system.
Hey guys, I’m a college student working on an app as a way to give people a much easier and efficient way to label and track their storage without them having to write and rewrite everything on the side of their box. The way it works is you put a QR code label sticker on your box, scan it with the app, and then type in everything that you’re putting inside. That way, the next time you want to know what’s inside the box, instead of having to rely on scrawled text on the outside, you can just scan the label, and it’ll tell you everything that you put inside. In addition, if you are looking for an item, but not sure where it is, you can use the search bar to find out exactly what box to look for, and where that box is located. The intent of this app is to make it a lot easier to organize when you have large amounts of containers and items to keep track of, and also to make it easier to find items within those containers.
If you want to check out the website and download free labels, go t... keep reading on reddit ➡
I have a ton of diabetes supplies I’m a type 1 and my parents insist on me having back ups of testing strips, needles lancets etc and it’s driving me crazy I hate the fact that I have diabetes and now the mess is running my life!! Any help would be appreciated!
Any tips on dresser organization? I have a lot of clothes and a big closet. My dresser is always a mess though.
My boyfriend uses two drawers out of a huge eight drawer dresser.
More so wondering what you would put in the dresser VS the closet, and how you would organize what’s put in the dresser?
Hi, does anyone have any tips for staying organizrd in uni? This could be anything ranging from coursework to budgeting. I'm a stationary fanatic so I'm already going crazy with lists of all the things i want, but know i dont need. Even considering taking digital notes. Any apps /resources / tips have are greatly appreciated. E.g. I know a lot of people swear by OneNote or EverNote as their organization system.
Posting here because I've been seeing r/atheism hitting r/all a lot with stories about the problems with the church with regards to COVID-19. Also new account.
Seriously though, the amount of televangelists I see selling colloidal silver or healing through prayer as a valid treatment for COVID-19 is unbelievable. These pastors are all almost unbelievably wealthy, and while I would like to assume it is a small minority taking the virus this lightly, the fact that it is not 0% is pathetic. These televangelists are actively profiting off of human suffering, and little is being done to stop them.
Meanwhile, companies like Pornhub are actively trying to help countries in need. Not trying to profit of them... Helping them.
Honestly I hope this brings at least a shred of scrutiny on these "religious" practices, because its disgusting. I have not been to church in quite a while, but I don't intend on going any time soon. I appreciate this subreddit pointing out the bullshit.
My name is Peter Ben Embarek. I am passionate about food safety and my work at the WHO where i coordinate the response to international food safety events or food safety outbreaks. I am also working on food related aspects of emerging diseases. Many of them are linked to the way we produce, handle or move food. E.g. SARS, MERS, Nipah virus, Avian influenza (bird flu), etc...
These days, heavily involved in the international efforts to manage and control the outbreak of COVID-19, the new disease caused by the SARS-CoV-2 virus. In addition to the outbreak, the world also suffer from an Infodemic ! Not easy to find out where to look for trusted information and updates. Let's try to sort out the facts from the myths. The views below are mine and are not WHO statements
I will attempt to be here daily 19:00 -22:00 GMT+1
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So In our home, we have a bit of clutter and things kinda all over the place. Most of this is in part because we don't really have a place to put everything (we lack enough shelving and cabinets). Our garage is the worst, the place where we put things we don't want to think about or that shouldn't/can't be inside. There is also a lot of unpacked stuff, in bins and boxes. Again because we don't really have a place for them inside. And in those bins, it is like a many version of the garage, a total mess and unorganized.
We want to get this all under control and better organized, but we don't really know where to start or how best to plan. Part of the issue is we need more storage bins due to some being damaged or otherwise falling apart. And if we buy new ones we want to make sure we are putting our best foot forward; getting bins that will help us work toward some sort of system. Complicating things is the fact that there are things we still need to get to periodically in the mess. I... keep reading on reddit ➡
What is the best Macbook / iPhone organization app you have found? To list, calendar, etc. Trying to get my life in order!
I’m an RN manager at a massive health organization in the USA. We have just initiated the disaster plan we’ve never had to use before. I wanted to give people a boots on the ground account as objectively as I can! I’m obviously just one person but I have a pretty birds-eye role where we are at.
I may not be able to answer everything until tonight but please keep the questions coming
EDIT: a lot of questions are “what should I do if”. I want to add a disclaimer that you should always check with your doctor before adapting to any “action plan”. The “what to do” advice I’m giving is assuming the patient is relatively healthy and does not have any “contraindications” to the suggestions: ESPECIALLY: use of antipyretics (acetaminophen/paramectol and NSAIDs). If you are pregnant, have liver, kidney or other organ specific issues, you may want to check with the MD before taking these.
EDIT AGAIN: just saw Pence stated that medical workers and people over 65 with underlying health issues wi... keep reading on reddit ➡
This is just an info post for those who aren't aware of it (let's not turn it into a "I have five 42" 4K monitors in my remote home office" contest). I just ran into a couple of junior folks who had no idea about this functionality.
If you're stuck working remote with just a laptop, that 14-15" screen gets pretty cramped for a sysadmin in about 10 seconds. One way to mitigate the pain is to use your OS's virtual desktops functionality.
Using Windows as the example, you just press Win-Tab and click the plus sign at the top for New Desktop. Then drag existing windows on to it, and now they're on a separate screen. To quickly move between virtual deskt... keep reading on reddit ➡
Working to clean up an apartment.
What do you think are some must have essentials for general cleanliness and tidiness?
Just looking to make for a calm, clear, open space.
What are your top product recommendations/stapes that make a huge improvement? Happy for some brand recommendations as well.
Thanks so much
According to TSM Leena, "TSM is the only profitable organization". So every other League team is losing out on money even with sponsors and Riot salary? That seems crazy with how eSports have been growing and there are teams that have been here from the start such as Dignitas, CLG, C9, Team Liquid etc. If other orgs weren't profitable, I don't think they would still be here. What do you guys think?
I am beginning the process of taking down all my Christmas decorations 😢 and I want to organize everything as efficient as possible so it makes decorating much easier next year. I plan (hopefully) to declutter as we pack away (I have a Christmas lover who barely parts with anything) so that might make it hard.
Anyways...I know one thing I need to work on is organizing ornaments. What's a good way to do so that doesn't break the bank? Those ornament trays are expensive and only hold so much, I know my mom has like two huge totes of ornaments and a garage bag full...🤦🏼♀️
Also any other suggestions for storing wreaths, Christmas trees, and other misc decorations. I have lots of bins of stuff and extras if need be and I do have a tree and wreath box as well.
Links and/or photos would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
We’re Kyley McGeeney, Kristen Soltis Anderson and Margie Omero, all survey methodologists with the non-partisan, scientific organization, the American Association for Public Opinion Research.
The conclusion of Super Tuesday means we’re more than a third of the way through the 2020 Democratic presidential primaries, and we want to hear your questions about any changes in polling we’ve noticed for this election season compared to 2016. Speaking of which, check out AAPOR’s 2016 election evaluation which found that the national polls were accurate by historical standards, despite frequent mistaken claims to the contrary. AAPOR found in that report that state-level polling wasn’t as accurate (especially in key battleground states of Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin), but it was reasonably accurate for the 2016 primaries. AAPOR recently launched a task for... keep reading on reddit ➡
so i’ve been trying to take more organized notes in class, and it’s more or less working. my notes have always been pretty neat and colorful, but whenever i go back to look at them, they look so messy (to they do at least; everyone else thinks they look very good 🤷♂️.) i usually take cornell notes or 3 column notes. does anyone have any tips to make them look more organized? thanks!
In addition, IFP is still in the ABC software and still on the description of the upgrade on bitcoincash.org, and no other implementations are listed besides ABC (since no other node softwares have implemented the IFP.)
We are Dr. Danny Richter, VP of Government Affairs, and Jerry Hinkle, Research Coordinator, of Citizens' Climate Lobby. CCL is a volunteer organization of over 180,000 people dedicated to creating the political will for a livable planet. This means doing something about carbon emissions as soon as possible.
We have each been lobbying Congress for over 10 years, pushing both Republicans and Democrats forward on this issue. We're here to answer your questions about the politics of climate change, and the national climate policy we think can can pass our divided Congress. In particular, we can answer questions about CCL’s flagship policy: carbon fee and dividend, which is in Congress right now as H.R. 763, the [Energy Innovation and Carbon... keep reading on reddit ➡
Some people still aren't getting it. I tell them what I said in the title of this post. I also tell them that I pray to God that they are somehow right.
My kitchen cabinets (doors) are very narrow so it's difficult to use a lot of the standard kitchen organizers that I see around online. For example, racks to stack pot lids won't fit in the cabinets without a lot of hassle. But I really desperately need to get some organization going on. Does anyone have any recommendations on ways to organize old (1980's style) cabinets?
Even my mixing bowls have to be turned sideways to fit into the cabinets before they can be set on the shelf. I very much want to get new cabinets someday but that's not in the cards at this time.
Hey! I posted a week or two ago looking for info about corridors and you guys were great!
My dissertation is looking at the behaviour of raidsecrets as similar to a learning community, in that information is verified, quality checked, and disseminated with great accuracy and great effect.
I'm looking for anyone to help out - even if you just checked in on the reddit threads, gladd's stream, or whatever it may be. Your thoughts matter even if your theories were too madcap, like mine.
Thank you so much !
P.S. Feel free to ask any questions at the email address provided.