OCD hai (kabbi kabbi thori si)
I’ve realized that I have slight obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) when I have to work at a desk/office setting.
Not necessarily a bad thing but just a new insight that I’m coming to terms with.
The slight OCD behaviour stays in the office though, hells no does that exist when it comes to cleaning my room.
Do you have nice feet though?
Haha, they alright yea.
but making good chai is "art" ! you are an artist .. be proud :) .. and who ever told you that passion doesn't mean anything in higher education was greedy tool !
Yes def, I do believe chai making is an art. I can taste the diff btw stovetop boiled and separate mix. It’s just when you throw in any cultural stigmas of making good chai = rishta test that I’ll start rambling.
Haha, that lady is entrenched in the system and could care less about anyone else. Lets hope passion will trump business universities sooner than later.
Bloodly brilliant mix.
Mango, apple, spinach, strawberry and pomegranate juice/water.
Ran with my blk Adidas shirt, it was a cooler run than my cotton long sleeve. I’m not saying go get Adidas gear, but just saying fabrics change heat absorption/release. Might be easier to try breathable fabrics. Same reason why a lot of Muslim-hijab wearing girls choose certain fabrics over others when swimming (bet you never heard that analogy before).
Also. Yes. My smoothies are privilege in a cup (esp POM juice) but I am grateful for a stocked fridge atm.
#don't lose hope
I am destined to be a chai maker.
Forget this trying to put development through sport on the map business.
Who the hell needs ambitions?
Ambitions only lead you into dark offices where trolls sit, judge and rip apart your hopes. In reality, you are nothing but a useless combination of numbers that cannot get anywhere unless you add to the stupid prestige of higher education institutions because they are damn businesses and not places for advancing research and free thought.
Today, I was literally told that passion does not mean anything in higher education but rather, how much money you can bring to the table.
You are no one to tell me that I am useless and have achieved nothing. I will represent the people who refuse to be robots to the system and prove. you. wrong.
Might even make you a cup of tea because I am so damn nice to have stayed and listened.
(Also, in reality my actual opinion on this chai business http://ushahzadi.tumblr.com/post/50323251016/chai-anyone)
Coffee shops downtown are no longer places to hide.
Got mistaken for my sister again.
Lard, I swear they were not popular in high school.
Not as creepy as this one though.
NYC: Retail Store Action in Solidarity with Workers of Bangladesh →
Monday, May 27 (Memorial Day) - 2:30pm
Meet at Herald Square, 34th St. & 6th Ave., Manhattan
We stand in solidarity with the workers of Bangladesh and are outraged over the tragic collapse of the Rana Plaza building, which has killed more than 1,100 garment workers. This follows the fire at the Tazreen Fashions factory last year where more than 100 Bangladeshi workers lost their lives.
On Monday, we’ll visit several retail stores near Herald Square and demand that they sign on to the legally binding *Accord on Fire and Building Safety in Bangladesh*.
Is 10 cents per garment too much for worker safety? Walmart, K-Mart, Gap, Target, JC Penny and other U.S. retailers say “yes”. We say “no more bloodshed!”
The accord, a new agreement between several global union federations and 40 prominent apparel and retail companies, requires companies to participate in and fund a program of independent safety inspections, remediation, and worker safety trainings with the involvement of trade unions. They must maintain commercial terms that enable factories to maintain safe workplaces and finance repairs. The program will be overseen by a Steering Committee consisting of an equal number of representatives of trade unions and companies and one representative of the International Labor Organization. It will be enforceable through binding arbitration.
It has been estimated that a mere $0.10 more per garment would pay for the factory improvements of this program.
We note that only a few U.S. companies have signed onto the Accord, but that most including the Gap, Walmart, Target, J.C. Penney, Sears and Kmart have not. The time for individual and ineffective “corporate social responsibility” programs is long over. This legally binding, multi-stakeholder Accord is the kind of framework that is much more likely to result in safer factories and better jobs for garment workers. We demand that all apparel and retail companies that have production in Bangladesh join this program.
I don’t think anyone would like being translated into academic garbage.
Well, that was what I expected it to be.
What to do, what to do.
Thoughts on thoughts on thoughts.
A culminating list of factors leading to sub par showings of motivation and positivity.