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A Japanese company and an American company had a boat race, the Japanese won by a mile. The Americans hired analysts to figure out what went wrong. They reported that the Japanese had one person managing and seven rowing, while the Americans had seven managing and only one rowing. The American company immediately restructured its team. Now they had one senior manager, six management consultants and one rower.  In the rematch the Japanese won by two miles. So the American company fired the rower. 一家日本公司和一家美国公司进行了一场划船比赛。日本队赢了一英里。美国人便请来了分析家探讨问题出在哪里。他们的报告说日本队有一人掌舵七人划桨,而美国队是七人掌舵一人划桨。美国公司立刻对队伍进行了重组。这次他们有一个高级舵手、六个舵手顾问、一个划桨员。  在第二次比赛中,日本队赢了两英里。因此,美国公司解雇了划桨员。 /201108/147329Rabbit’s Foot Some people believe that the rabbit’s foot will protect its holder against bad luck, because the rabbit is the only animal that sleeps with its eyes open, and it is in this way protected against the evil eye.The Garlic-Filled Bag People suppose that a bag of garlic hanging around a child’s neck has supernatural power and can protect the child from illness. Such a bag may have power, but probably the power lies in its smell, which keeps other children away, so that the wearer of the bag might not catch a disease from them.吉祥物兔爪 据说百兽里只有兔子睡觉不合眼,可避免魔眼的伤害。因而兔爪也有辟邪的功效。大蒜口袋 有人认为一袋大蒜挂在小孩子的脖子上,会有祛病魔力。挂大蒜的确有效,但实际上是大蒜的气味把别的孩子赶开了,减少了传染疾病的机会。 /200906/74730

别指望小孩子完美。我们是试用版! /201107/143703

We think we know what to eat: less red meat and more fibre, less saturated fat and more fruit and veg, right? Wrong, according to a controversial new book by nutritionist Zoe Harcombe.我们总自以为知道该吃些什么:减少牛羊肉这些红色肉类以及饱和脂肪的摄入,多吃高纤食物和水果蔬菜?那你可就错了!营养学家佐伊#8226;赫尔康比在其颇具争议的新书中否定了人们的传统观念。In the book, Harcombe charts her meticulous journey of research into studies that underpin dietary advice — and her myth-busting conclusions are startling.在该书中,赫尔康比记录了她研究合理膳食建议的严谨过程。同时,她的一些结论更是使得传统膳食神话破灭,令人大跌眼镜。 /201011/117204

  Cool beans, rents! Mothers and fathers are finally being given a chance to understand "Teenglish".“酷豆”、“房租”!现在,爸爸妈妈们终于有机会了解“新新人类”语言是什么含义了。They can study a new glossary of baffling vocabulary to prevent them looking like a "fudge" in front of their offspring.看完这本收录了年轻人稀奇古怪的常用语的书后,大人们就再也不会被年轻一代当作“牛奶巧克力软糖”了。The guide, Pimp Your Vocab, aims to demystify the jargon used by teenagers and young people.这本名为《时髦你的词汇》致力于解开年轻人常用语的神秘面纱。It translates words they regularly use including "cool beans" which means something is great. "Rents" means parents, combing the last half of the word with the fact they often provide rent-free accommodation. A "fudge" is an idiot.原来,年轻人常用的一些词汇的意思是这样的:“酷豆”的意思是“棒极了”。“房租”是对“爸爸妈妈”的称呼,它截取了"parents"的后四个字母,因为父母通常都给孩子们提供免费住宿。而“牛奶巧克力软糖”则暗指“笨蛋”。Author Lucy Tobin said she got the idea during her English degree course when a tutor was confused by a student declaring: "I was IM-ing ..."此书的作者露西·托宾表示,她在就读英语学位时萌发了写这本书的念头,因为有一回一名老师不明白学生所谓的"I was IM-ing"是什么意思。She added: "After we students explained IM-ing--when you talk to friends online via instant messaging--I wrote a guide to the language kids use."她补充说,学生们向老师解释,他们经常和朋友在网上使用即时通信务聊天,也就是所说的"instant messaging"。因此她这本书里都是如今孩子们的日常用语。Miss Tobin believes that the guide could help improve staff-student communication.托宾同时相信,这本语言指南还能增进师生间的交流和沟通。"Meaning is not an exact science, but depends on mutual agreement between er and writer, speaker and listener, teenager and adult."托宾认为,语言的含义并非一门严密的科学,它依赖于读者与作者、说者与听者,青少年与成年人相互间的理解与赞同。Teachers and academics have aly complained that Teenglish and "text message speak" are creeping into exam answers.教师和学术界专家已经发出感叹,“新新人类”语言和“短信用语”正不知不觉出现在学生们的考卷中。But last year, John Wells, president of the Spelling Society, claimed that the informal language of texts, chat rooms and emails were the "way forward".拼写协会主席约翰·威尔斯曾在去年表示,短消息、聊天室和电子邮件中使用的非正式语言其实是语言的“一大进步”。He said that people should stop worrying about "text message speak" creeping into general usage and called for the apostrophe to be abolished.他说,人们无需担心“短信用语”渗透进日常用语之中,他甚至呼吁废除英语中的所有格符号。附:《时髦你的词汇》中收录的“新新人类”词汇摘选Allow (that): Absolutely no wayBig up:To praise or congratulateBung: alowed Completely drunkDevo: DevastatedDrunk: dial Phoning/texting while under the influenceDry: Something tedious or dullFo'shizzle: DefinitelyGank: The act of stealingNeek: Hybrid of nerd and geekOwned: To be embarrassedSafe: CoolSkankaroo: DisgustingSoz: Sorrywipeout: When your cash cards stop workingTeek: Very oldTwoc: Take without owner's consentVamoosh: To goWagwan: What's going on?Woop woop: Noise made to denote happiness.Zoned out: Day dreaming /200909/84739

  1.What's the “first custom” in the international society?  被国际社会公认的“第一礼俗”是什么?  “Lady first”. 女士优先。  2.What is the “Three A” principle in social communications? 社交中的“三A原则”指的是什么?  Accept, Appreciate, Admire 接受对方,重视欣赏对方,赞美敬佩对方。 /201007/108192。

  Cologne, Germany 德国科隆  The chocolate capital of Germany, Cologne is the home of the Stollwerck chocolate company. For the 150th anniversary of the company a museum exhibit was created to celebrate their history. Since then, the exhibit has grown into an entire museum. The Imhoff Stollwerck museum has interactive exhibits, samples and a giant chocolate fountain.   科隆是德国的巧克力之都,老牌的巧克力生产商Stollwerck的工厂就坐落于此。为了纪念该品牌诞生150周年,当地物馆曾举办了一次展览,不过随后该展览本身亦被扩建为一座物馆。Imhoff Stollwerck物馆展出各种各样的巧克力,还有互动展示区和一个巨大的巧克力喷泉。  Tain L’Hermitage, France 法国小镇Tain L’Hermitage  A small town in the heart of wine country, Tain L’Hermitage is the home of the world-renowned chocolate producer, Valrhona. A great stop is the Valrhona Ecole du Grand Chocolat, a school that teaches professional chefs, chocolatiers and caterers. They even host a three-day course that teaches amateurs how to make deserts。  小镇Tain L’Hermitage位于法国中部,是世界著名巧克力品牌Valrhona的发祥地。该地的名胜之一是Valrhona巧克力学校,专门培养专业的厨师、巧克力制造商和宴会承办人。该学校甚至开设了一门为期三天的课程,教授业余爱好者们如何制作甜点。  Hershey, America 美国小镇Hershey  Dubbed “the Sweetest Place on Earth,” the town (originally called Derry Church) was renamed Hershey in 1906 due to the popularity of Hershey chocolates. “Chocolatetown, USA” has branded itself as an American chocolate center and some popular chocolatey attractions include Hershey’s Chocolate World, The Hershey Story Museum and the Chocolate Spa.   美国小镇Hershey被称为“世界上最甜蜜的地方”。该小镇原本名为Derry Church,1906年,好时(Hershey)巧克力风靡世界,小镇遂改名为Hershey。该镇的著名景点包括好时巧克力世界,好时物馆和巧克力SPA。  New York, America 美国纽约  As with most things in New York City, the chocolatiers here have come from all corners of the globe, and have brought with them their recipes for scrumptious  chocolate treats. Besides all of the fantastic chocolate shops in the city, visitors can take a chocolate tour with either the New Cuisine Chocolate Tour or the Luxury Chocolate Tour, where you can learn about the history of the shops you visit and sample some of their chocolates。  跟纽约的其他事物一样,纽约的巧克力制造商也是来自世界各地,并带来了他们顶尖的巧克力配方。除了逛逛遍布全城巧克力商店,游客还可以来一场巧克力之旅(有两条路线可供选择),了解这些商店的历史,并且试吃一下他们的巧克力。  Villajoyosa, Spain 西班牙城市Villajoyosa  Villajoyosa’s chocolate history began in the 18th century when it began importing cocoa beans from Venezuela and Ecuador. Today chocolate production is still booming as the town is home to Spain’s oldest gourmet chocolate producer, Valor, which was founded in 1881. Villajoyosa also boasts an excellent chocolate museum that not only showcases the history of Villajoyosa’s chocolate production but also how local favorites are made。  西班牙城市Villajoyosa早在18世纪就与巧克力结缘,当时它开始从委内瑞拉和厄瓜多尔进口可可豆。时至今日巧克力产业在当地依然繁荣。该城是西班牙最古老的巧克力品牌Valor(创立于1881年)的发源地。Villajoyosa同样有一座它引以为荣的巧克力物馆,馆内不仅展示了Villajoyosa生产巧克力的历史,也展示了当地极受欢迎的各种巧克力是如何制造的。 /201108/147729

  If you’re anything like me, you wake up in the morning, hit the ground running, work through lunch, and only stop thinking about your job when your head hits the pillow. So, needless to say, I occasionally have days where I’m stressed out of my mind. 如果你和我一样,早上一起床就快马加鞭地开始工作,一直到吃午饭,只有在晚上睡觉的时候才停止想你的工作。那么,无需多言,我偶尔也感觉精神压力很大。You may think that your day is too jam-packed with meetings and events to find the time for relaxation…and you’d be wrong. Believe it or not, you can take measures to reduce your stress levels that will only take 45 seconds of your time. Here are ten tips that can help you de-stress in record time.你可能会觉得,你的生活已经被会议和大大小小的事情所充斥,根本没有时间来放松--那你就错了。信不信由你,只需花上你45秒的时间,跟着步骤来做,你就能减轻压力。以下就是可以帮助你在前所未有的短时间内减轻压力的10个小贴士。1. Read a PoemTake 45 seconds to savor a single haiku, or over your favorite sonnet. Beautiful language can really twist your mind in a way that helps to push away the cares of the day.And even if poetry isn’t really your thing, you might find enjoyment in ing something with a humorous bent. Think Shel Silverstein, Ogden Nash, or Dr. Seuss.读一首诗花上45秒的时间来品味一首俳句,或者细细品读你最喜欢的十四行诗。美丽的语言确实能够使你抛开生活中的那些烦恼。即使你不喜欢诗歌,读读那些诙谐的文字,你也会觉得很享受。想想Shel Silverstein,Ogden Nash, 或是Seuss士。2. Blow Off Some SteamGet up and get moving, just for the amount of time it takes to hum a couple rounds of “Happy Birthday”. If you can burn off some of that nervous energy, you’ll feel energized, refreshed, and far more mentally capable of handling the stresses of your day.If you can get some sun in during those precious few seconds, so much the better. Never underestimate the power of fresh air and sunshine to improve your mood. 发发脾气起床开始准备一天工作时,花那么一点点时间哼上几遍“生日快乐歌”,如果可以把焦虑情绪赶走,你会觉得精力充沛,对于一天的压力处理起来也感觉有精神多了。如果在这宝贵的时间里你能得到一些阳光的话就更好了。永远别低估了新鲜空气和阳光对改善心情所起的作用。 /201103/1279431. Don’t act like other people.Everyone is unique and beautiful. That should make us incredibly happy. Yet, I run into a lot of people who mimic the supposedly “cool kids.” You don’t need to emulate others to find happiness. We are all cool kids with our own interests.1、不用和其他人一样。每一个人都是独特和美丽的。这一点就应当令我们感到难以置信的幸福。然而,我遇到过很多模仿那些所谓“酷孩子”的人。你并不需要通过模仿他人而获得幸福。我们都是拥有自己兴趣的酷孩子。 /201004/101732摘要:也许,早上醒来时是一天中人们最不喜欢的时间,尤其是前一夜你电视看到很晚。谨记:压力和焦虑严重破坏你的免疫系统。如果为你的一天输入快乐、放松的情绪,将会大大增加度过健康、有收获的一天的机会。The morning is probably no one's favorite part of the day, particularly if you stayed up the night before to watch Leno or Jaws for the seventeenth time. Remember: Stress and anxiety wreak havoc on your immunity. Enter your day happy and relaxed, and you greatly increase your chances of a healthy, productive day.1. Go to sleep with your blinds or curtains halfway open.That way, the natural light of the rising sun will send a signal to your brain to slow its production of melatonin and bump up its production of adrenaline, a signal that it's time to wake up. When the alarm goes off, you'll aly be half awake. Even better: Go to bed early enough so that waking up when the sun shines through your window still gives you the recommended seven hours of shut-eye. If you maintain this routine, it's likely that you can start relying on your biological clock rather than an alarm clock.2. Set your alarm 15 minutes earlier.This way, you don't have to jump out of bed and rush through your morning. You can begin your morning by lying in bed, slowly waking up. Stretching. Listening to the news headlines. Mentally clicking off what you're going to wear, what you're going to do, what you're going to have for breakfast. It's just as important to prepare yourself mentally as physically for your day. These few minutes in bed, before anyone else is up, are all yours.3. Stretch every extremity for 15 seconds.Try this even before you open your eyes. Lift your arm and begin by stretching each finger, then your hand, then your wrist, then your arm. Then move on to the other arm. Then your toes, feet, ankles, and legs. Finally, end with a neck and back stretch that propels you out of the bed. You've just limbered up your muscles and joints and enhanced the flow of blood through your body, providing an extra shot of oxygen to all your tissues.4. Stick a chair in the shower and sit in it.Use one of those plastic chairs you can buy at any hardware store. Let it warm up under the spray for a minute, then sit in it and let the spray beat on your back. It's simultaneously relaxing and energizing, like getting a water massage. After a couple of minutes, you can swing the chair out of the way and commence with washing.5. Read a motivational e every morning.This can provide a frame for the day, a sort of self-talk that keeps you motivated in the right direction as opposed to the negative thinking of the morning news. Another option: Use a motivational mantra that provides a meditation-like burst, or or recite a poem that helps you focus. A good one to use: Rudyard Kipling's "If."6. Take a vitamin.Keep a multivitamin out on the kitchen counter right by the coffeepot so you remember to take one every morning. More than 20 years of research led to a major recommendation in one of the country's premier medical journals suggesting that every American take a multivitamin as part of a healthy lifestyle.7. Eschew any decisions.For truly relaxing mornings, reduce the number of choices and decisions you make to zero. Go about this two ways: First, make your morning decisions the night before: what clothes to wear, what breakfast to eat, what route to take to work, and so on. Second, routinize as much of your morning as possible. Really, there's no need to vary your breakfast, timetable, or bathroom ritual from one morning to the next.8. Cuddle with your kids.Few things are more stressful in the morning than waking up an overtired fifth grader or a snoring high schooler. Yet this is one of the few times you can catch your child still vulnerable. Sit on his bed and gently smooth his hair as you softly waken him. Or, if you're dealing with a very young child, lie beside him and gently hug him awake. Such a moment will send a quiet surge of joy through your entire day and will become all too rare in all too short a time.9. Spend 5 to 10 minutes each morning listening to music or sitting on the deck or porch just thinking.This allows the creative thinking that takes place during the night to gel and form into a plan of action, grounding you for the day.10. Wake to the smell of coffee.Really great coffee. Buy the absolute best coffee you can afford -- fresh beans are preferred -- and put twice the amount you've been using into your coffee maker, the one you bought specifically because it has an alarm that can be set to start brewing times. The strong scent of strong coffee will pull you out of bed like a fishhook in the back of your pajamas. Plus, if you're going the caffeine route, morning is the best time for it. Caffeine is a central nervous system stimulant that acts in many ways like other stimulant drugs such as amphetamines, waking you up and increasing your muscular activity. Even better: A study of 18 men found that caffeine improved clear-headedness, happiness, and calmness, as well as the men's ability to perform on attention tests and to process information and solve problems. /200904/68463

  If you’re suffering from dry skin, then caring for it is one of your most important concerns. There are many levels of dry skin. It goes from occasionally dry to the extreme cracking of the skin dry. For the mild occasional dryness, a basic moisturizer could be used daily during the times your skin is drying out.如果你是干性皮肤,那么精心的呵护皮肤就是你的头等大事了。干性皮肤也分为好多种。从轻度干性到中度干裂,好多种。对于轻度干性皮肤来说,日常基本保湿,就可以改善皮肤的状况。Also to make things easier try not to use hot water or tap water on your face. The tap water has deposits when tend to take a toll on your face drying it out. Mineral water is the best thing you can use when washing your face. The minerals give back to your skin what it has lost. When you’re y to dry your face, lightly pat it with a dry towel. This will cause less irritation to your skin as well.尽量不要使用热水或自来水洗脸。自来水中的沉淀物会沉淀在你的脸上。矿泉水是清洁脸部的最好选择。矿泉水给皮肤补充营养。洁面后,使用干毛巾轻轻地拍打脸部,直至变干。Another way to help to prevent and heal dry skin is to use a cleanser that has a neutral pH. These types of cleansers don’t have any detergents in them that irritate your skin. Try using baby oil on your skin right out of the shower. This will help to hold moisture in your skin and it will not look or feel as dry as usual. Showers depending on the temperature of the water tend to cause dryness on your skin. The hotter the shower is, the worse it is for skin.另一种防止皮肤过干的方法就是,使用含有中性PH的洁面乳。 /201104/133489一个小伙子非常爱一位姑娘,但姑娘的父亲却不喜欢他,也不让他们的爱情发展下去。小伙子很想给姑娘写封情书,然而他知道姑娘的父亲会先看,于是他给姑娘写了这样一封信,姑娘的父亲看了这封信以后,非常高兴地把信给了姑娘。姑娘看罢信也非常快乐,小伙子依然爱着她。你知道她为什么高兴吗?其实,她初读时非常忧伤,但她怎么也不相信那是他的真心话,于是她又默读了几遍,终于,她清楚了该怎样读法。只能一、三、五行如此类推,直到信的结尾。  There once lived a lad who was deeply in love with a girl, but dislikedby the girl’s father, who didn’t want to see any further development oftheir love. The lad was eager to write to the girl, yet he was quitesure that the father would it first. So he wrote such a letter tothe girl:  原文:  My love for you I once expressed  no longer lasts, instead, my distaste for you  is growing with each passing day. Next time I see you,  I even won’t like that look yours。  I’ll do nothing but  look away from you. You can never expect I’ll  marry you. The last chat we had  was so dull and dry that you shouldn’t think it  made me eager to see you again。  If we get married, I firmly believe I’ll  live a hard life, I can never  live happily with you, I’ll devote myself  but not  to you. No one else is more  harsh and selfish and least  solicitous and considerate than you。  I sincerely want to let you know  what I said is true. Please do me a favor by  ending our relations and refrain from  writing me a reply. Your letter is always full of  things which displease me. You have no  sincere care for me. So long! Please believe  I don’t love you any longer. Don’t think  I still have a love of you!  译文:  我对你表达过的爱  已经消逝。我对你的厌恶  与日俱增。当我看到你时  我甚至不喜欢你的那副样子。  我想做的一件事就是  把目光移往别处,我永远不会  和你结婚。我们的最近一次谈话  枯燥乏味,因此无法使我渴望再与你想见。  假如我们结婚,我深信我将  生活得非常艰难,我也无法  愉快地和你生活在一起,我要把我的心  奉献出来,但决不是  奉献给你。没有人能比你更  苛求和自私,也没有人比你更  关心我帮助我。  我真挚地要你明白,我讲的是真话,请你助我一臂之力  结束我们之间的关系,别试图  答复此信,你的信充满着  使我兴趣索然的事情,怀有  对我的真诚关心。再见,请相信  我并不喜欢你,请你不要以为  我仍然爱着你! /200912/93117

  No advance for women in top U.S. jobsWomen in 2008 made no significant gains in winning more top US business jobs, according to a study released on Wednesday, but the head of the study said women are poised to make strides in the year ahead.The number of women who were board directors, corporate officers or top earners at Fortune 500 companies remained essentially unchanged, said the study by Catalyst, a nonprofit group that promotes opportunities for women in business.The percentage of companies with women on the board of directors was 15.1 percent this year, compared with 14.8 percent in 2007, Catalyst said.Also, the percentage of corporate officer positions held by women was 15.7 percent in 2008 and 15.4 percent in 2007, it said. The percentage of top earners in 2008 who were women was 6.2 percent, compared to 6.7 percent in 2007, it said.The research on the Fortune 500 companies was based on data as of March 31, 2008. The slight changes in the numbers are not considered statistically significant, Catalyst said.Nevertheless, given the changes in U.S. politics, the future for women in business looks more promising, said Ilene Lang, president and chief executive officer of Catalyst."Overall we're expecting to see change next year," Lang said. "When we look at shareholders, decision makers, the general public, they're looking for change."What they're basically saying is, 'Don't give us more of the status quo. Get new ideas in there, get some fresh faces,'" she said.Lang said President-elect Barack Obama's choices for cabinet and other leadership positions, which include women and minorities, former rivals and opponents, bode well for women in the corporate world."These are very, very inclusive teams," she said. "I think that can be a role model for leadership in other sectors."The Catalyst study also noted that minority women -- black, Asian or Latina -- comprised 3.2 percent of company directorships, compared with 3.0 percent in 2007. /200812/58676

  据说从女人的坐姿可以解读出她的性格。下面有四种不同的坐姿,你是哪一种呢?1. Legs tightly closed together, vertical to the ground。两腿紧闭,与地面垂直。2. Legs crossed。两腿交叉。3. Feet open, with toes pointing to the sides。两脚分开,脚趾指向两边。4. Legs closed together, slightly tilted to one side。两腿并拢,轻微斜向一侧。 /201009/114692。

  Last week, I sent an e-mail to a friend who had just lost his job. “I’m so sorry,” I wrote. “Your bosses are morons to have got rid of such a genius as you. I can only suppose a queue will shortly stretch round the block as less brain-dead employers clamour to take you on. Hope you are OK.”The e-mail was heartfelt except for one word, and that was “shortly”. I don’t expect a queue to form for my friend shortly. Even geniuses are not getting snapped up quickly – unless they happen to be security guards, social workers, accountants or teachers.In a trice, I had a message back. He said he had had a brief panic about the mortgage and school fees but otherwise was really rather cheerful. Indeed, he was in such high spirits that he even sent me a funny anecdote*.I could not help comparing the tone of his message with one that I got the very same afternoon from another friend who works for a company that has also been celebrating Christmas with some savage job cuts. Never, she said, had her morale been as bad. The weight of work was crippling as she was now doing the jobs of three people. There was talk of pay cuts. The office was spookily quiet, too; since most of her friends had been sacked, there wasn’t even anyone around to moan to. Worst of all was the fear that her job would be next.It is tempting to conclude from these two messages that, if there is one thing worse for hitherto successful, well-paid people than being fired, it is not being fired. Those who have been axed don’t need to take the sacking personally, and not working in the days before Christmas can be rather jolly. Whereas for those who have not been fired, the not-so-festive season this year is an orgy of fear and drudgery.There might be some truth in this now but it is not going to stay true for long. The grimness of the unemployed will get worse as no queues form to take them on, while the grimness of those in work will, in time, start to recede. This is not because the economy will improve – it is because the grimness itself will bring on a sounder and altogether more realistic approach to work.Over the past decade, the rich, professional classes have developed an increasingly unhealthy attitude to their jobs. We took our jobs and our fat salaries for granted and felt aggrieved if our bonuses were not even bigger than the year before. We demanded that the work be interesting in itself and, even more dangerously and preposterously, that it should have meaning.The result of all these demands was, of course, dissatisfaction. We had climbed to the very top of Maslow’s hierarchy of needs and discovered that, at the top of the pyramid, the air was very thin indeed. As an agony aunt, I found that by far the most common problem ers submitted came from rich and senior professionals who had all their basic needs more than catered for, leaving their souls in torment. Help me, I’m bored, they cried. Or, worse: what does my work mean?In the past few months, anguish of this sort has vanished. When one’s job is at risk and one’s savings are a shadow of their former selves, the search for meaning at work is meaningless. The point of a job becomes rather more basic: to feed and house (and, at a pinch, to educate) one’s family and oneself. If we can do this, then anything we manage over and above this is a bonus. Once expectations have fully adjusted to this new reality and we see earning money as the main reason for work, greater satisfaction will follow.Low expectations have an awful lot to be said for them. In surveys women turn out to be more satisfied at work than men, in spite of earning less for the same jobs and doing most of the work at home too. The reason is simple: women’s expectations of working life are lower. Similarly, Denmark is the happiest country in the world in spite of having a cold, dark climate and a top tax rate of 68 per cent. The stoical Danes do not expect so much of life and, expecting less, find what little they have rather nice.Climbing down Maslow’s pyramid is painful and progress is slow. However, there is something that managers can do to make the descent a little less grim. The easiest and cheapest way of cheering up demoralised workers is to tell them that they are doing a great job. It is one of the great mysteries of office life why most managers are so resistant to this when it does not cost one penny. Here is all they have to do: pick people off one by one (to do it in groups is lazy and quite spoils the impact) and say thank you and well done, and look as if they mean it.* For anyone who needs further cheering, here is the anecdote of my sacked friend, who heard it from someone who works at the school that Paul McCartney’s child attends. At a recent parents’ evening, Heather Mills was told that her daughter was rather good at the recorder. Ms Mills apparently replied: “She gets that from me.” /200901/60602

  Ham and cheese toast火腿奶酪土司It’s a popular snack for students in the West because of its high protein content and simple, yet delicious flavor. Cheese and ham go well together, especially when the cheese melts into the b.在西方,这是一道点心极受学生的欢迎的快餐,富含高蛋白,制作简单,味道也可口。奶酪和火腿是不错的搭配,尤其当奶酪融入了面包中时尤其如此。Cost: about 10 yuan成本费:大约10元Cooking time: 3 minutes烹调3分钟Ingredients:配料:1 slice of ham1片火腿1 cheese slice1片奶酪2 slices of white b2片白面包1 spoonful of mayonnaise/ honey mustard/chili sauce (optional)1勺蛋黄酱/蜂蜜/芥末酱/辣酱(可选)1. Put the cheese and ham on a slice of b.1、把奶酪和火腿放到一片面包上2. Sp the topping on the other slice of b. Different toppings can help vary the flavor – try mayonnaise, honey mustard, even peanut butter if you want a real taste of the West. Or, you can add Chinese chili sauce or sesame sauce to vary the flavor.2、其调料铺到另一片面包上。不同的调料会产生不同的口味——如果想要真正的西方风味,可以试试蛋黄酱、蜂蜜、芥末酱甚至是花生酱。另外,你也可以选择加上中式辣酱或芝麻酱调味。3. Put the two slices of b together to make your sandwich and cut in half.3、两片面包合上,切成两半做成三明治。4. If you have a microwave (or a toaster), you could put the sandwich into the microwave for about one minute to melt the cheese.4、如果你有微波炉(或者烤面包机),可以把三明治放到微波炉里加热一分钟,使奶酪融化。 /201011/117414

  For touchable waves, Vetica created a side part, curled Cotillard's hair away from the face , then brushed through the curls with his fingers to relax them. 头发侧分,向外烫卷,然后用手指稍稍拨乱。 /201006/106370

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