@apple this feature is really cool but I want an option to select multiple apps and be able to delete all of them in the same time... i mean I’m sure your a12 and a13 chips processors is enough powerful to do that right? And I would love to have a delete button in this menu... why do we need to rearrange app to be able to delete app.. #feature#practical#ios13
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I've officially been back home for a week, and I'm missing Asia so much already. So here's a picture of me in Singapore. So clean, full of kind people and so many flavors to try.
This was the first time I traveled so lightly, and I'm happy I was content with wearing the same 4 outfits during my 10 day trip. I love fashion and it was killing me to not have taken with me more clothes to wear in such a beautiful city to take these bomb photos.
I think it depends on the time I have in one place, and the money I have to buy stuff. Over time I've learned that you can buy very unique things while traveling and aside from souvenirs, I look for practical collectibles like jewelry and bags that I know I can't get anywhere else. I used to buy shoes and lots of clothes that I ended up finding on Amazon or what China uses, Taobao.
Those items take up space and can sometimes leave you with less money for food and adventures. I look especially for handmade things where I can negotiate the price and ask the creator to adjust it for me, it not only makes it unique to the culture but also makes it feel one-of-a-kind to my taste and sizing.
What's your travel style? Do you take a lot of luggage with room for everything? Or do you pack lightly and stick to buying practical items?
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Had a great time talking to alumni from New York Chiropractic College as well as the students from the school on this networking event about life after graduation.
We spoke on various topics. Here are a few of them:
-Where should I work?
-What kind of practice should I join?
-Should I start my own practice or be an Associate?
-Should I accept insurances?
-How do I learn more about the business part?
What seminars should I attend?
-And so on... I answered them best to my knowledge and hopefully lead them in the right direction if I was unable to answer any questions.