I post on Reddit sometimes, but it's so big, I would never post anything really personal, and I don't know anyone on there. I don't share my screenname either. I read a lot of stuff but there's no "community." I guess I don't really feel the need to have that now though.
As usual, I hate my job. We got rid of one shitty manager only to replace her with someone else who has zero supervisory experience. It's been 2 years without a competent manager. I'm so sick of this but the pay is too good to leave. At some point it probably won't be enough anymore. I still like the work, I just have no support and I end up doing too much shit I shouldn't have to deal with, just cause I never have a boss who knows what to do. And it's not just me, the whole group is really miserable.
Hahaha. I like the spa day but yeah it can be expensive.
Whatever she ends up doing, she definitely shouldn't shave it. Then she'll just have stubble, and the formerly fine hair will end up looking thicker with the blunt ends. Women with moustache issues will normally wax it, or if they don't want to do that, they can have the hair bleached so it's less noticeable.
Also, I just spent the last couple minutes inspecting my upper lip in the mirror to check for issues.
There's a few different tracks, or you can kinda make your own (which is what I'm doing) and the MS/MBA program was an option but I'm not doing that. I already work for a biotech company, so it's something that works for me, but honestly I don't know if I would suggest a biotech program if you aren't already doing it. I definitely would recommend it more for people working on the business side, in manufacturing or in QA/QC, definitely not R&D. Aside from the required courses (which includes molecular biology), I'm planning on taking some more stuff towards microbiology/virology and quality (quality assurance/quality control, maybe validation too), since that's the general group I expect to work in. Possibly also their project management course.
My sister does a ton of camping/hiking/backpacking, and she went to Mt Washington last year. She started out not knowing what she was doing, but found a Meetup group for backpacking, tagged along with them for trips for awhile, and then found a smaller group to break apart with so they could do their own thing more often.
I've heard stories, and its fucking disgusting. She went backpacking a lot in the winter and then told me that she hit a new low with not changing her underwear for 4 days cause she couldn't bear to take off her pants. Thanks for the info.
My 10 year reunion for HS is this year. I felt so old when I realized that.
I took an empathy quotient quiz thing that someone posted on facebook. I scored a 20 (apparently the average for people with Aspergers...which I presumably do not have). Bf got 71 (max is 80). No wonder every argument we have ever had involves him getting upset over something and me being oblivious for days, causing him to get more pissed off.