Location changed to Café Puck due to wet weather.
I have never smoked, but I use nicotine gum occasionally. It feels like it gives me a slight “edge” when I need to concentrate better, and I definitely feel more of an effect than with typical caffeine doses (which I don’t consume regularly either). I tend to chew the gums longer than regular chewing gums, but I feel no particular desire for them when, and actually tend to forget I have them.
From recent personal experience at a startup, I am inclined to believe the view, as it makes said experience make a lot more sense.
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A friend going to the local Academy of Fine Arts did this for months at a time, having set up his living quarters in his classes’ studio. His lodgings were certainly posher than my 32sqm apartment, but he had to build his own shower from a bucket and a clothes hanger.
An online HTML/JS CV resonated well for me. This was mostly the case with startups without specialized recruiters.
This particular instance needn’t have much to do with misogyny. I was in a similar situation once in school.
Nice, I hereby commit to being there :)
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Coming after all, hooray!
Curses, I missed this announcement, and am now indisposed. Well, maybe next time...
About expiration dates: For many foods (not fresh meats though), these may not be actual expiration dates but generously calculated minimum shelf lives. For me at least, eggs and milk will stay good for weeks beyond their labels.
Eggs are very versatile. Scrambled eggs can be combined with any number of spices, fried vegetables, milk, meats. Before I got into cooking this used to be a staple food of mine. You may also add eggs to soup, noodles, rice.
If you are worried about expiry you can hardboil the otherwise uneaten eggs. These can be kept a long time and eaten alone, on bread, in salads.
Another good source of protein with long shelf life may be parmesan, but perhaps too expensive.
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eggs: can be kept uncooled for a while, very long shelf life hard-boiled, easy to prepare in small portions.
milk: do you get UHT milk? It has an uncooled shelf life of months and tends to be cheaper than fresher variants.
meat: consider smoked or dried meats (bacon, salami).
pasta: reasonably easy to prepare in smaller portions
Out of interest, where do you live that cigarettes are so much cheaper than food? One pack of cigerattes here (Germany) will buy me 2 days worth of (cheap) food.