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What does TSR mean to you?

Are there any particular benefits you have reaped from using TSR (if you're a non-applicant)?
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What does TSR mean to you?

Are there any particular benefits you have reaped from using TSR (if you're a non-applicant)?
Yes, I've met some nice people and some interesting people and it saves me from daytime TV
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Yes, I've met some nice people and some interesting people and it saves me from daytime TV
Ahaha, fair enough

Have been reading and watching things related to productivity/ self-help and it's making me feel guilty about the amount of time I waste a day :lol:

I swear time moves faster on here, hahah.
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What does TSR mean to you?

Are there any particular benefits you have reaped from using TSR (if you're a non-applicant)?
Friendships and I've developed a heck of a lot of transferable skills.
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Ahaha, fair enough

Have been reading and watching things related to productivity/ self-help and it's making me feel guilty about the amount of time I waste a day :lol:

I swear time moves faster on here, hahah.
Maybe it's different for people who should be studying but for me (working part time) it's either TSR or Homes under the hammer/Loose Women
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Friendships and I've developed a heck of a lot of transferable skills.
What transferable skills in particular?
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Maybe it's different for people who should be studying but for me (working part time) it's either TSR or Homes under the hammer/Loose Women
I've never met anyone else who likes homes under the hammer but I love it. Makes me feel like an old man watching it though
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It means I don't shout in the face of people on the street, so I would say it's useful.
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Yes tsr probably is a waste of my time. But I don't have the self discipline to do something productive so I may as well use it.
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What transferable skills in particular?
Project planning, leadership, content creation etc.

There's more but I'm at work so

EDIT: I also met my fiancée through here which is pretty big benefit :lol:
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Maybe it's different for people who should be studying but for me (working part time) it's either TSR or Homes under the hammer/Loose Women
Ah ok, makes sense.

Definitely TSR wins (especially the law forum ) in that case, hahah.
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waste of time but good advice can be found here which i've benefited from.
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I've never met anyone else who likes homes under the hammer but I love it. Makes me feel like an old man watching it though
I just love it when they buy some dump for £50,000 and say they're going to completely renovate it on a budget of about £5,000. "We'll put in a new kitchen, bathroom, floors, windows....." :rofl:
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I just love it when they buy some dump for £50,000 and say they're going to completely renovate it on a budget of about £5,000. "We'll put in a new kitchen, bathroom, floors, windows....." :rofl:
Or £2000 because they're gonna do the work themselves; only needs a lick of paint which the buyer will do alongside his full-time SIA gig at Asda.
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Project planning, leadership, content creation etc.

EDIT: I also met my fiancée through here which is pretty big benefit :lol:
That's a good one :eek:

That sounds good, ngl. How in particular did you hone/ develop your leadership skills on here? It's a skill I'm trying to hone
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That's a good one :eek:

That sounds good, ngl. How in particular did you hone/ develop your leadership skills on here? It's a skill I'm trying to hone
By getting involved with the volunteer team
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I just love it when they buy some dump for £50,000 and say they're going to completely renovate it on a budget of about £5,000. "We'll put in a new kitchen, bathroom, floors, windows....." :rofl:
HAHAH


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Ngl, I am intrigued; just for the laff :beard:
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By getting involved with the volunteer team
Ahh, okay makes sense.

Can't apply that to my life then, sadly.

*Existential crisis intensifies*
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HAHAH


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Ngl, I am intrigued; just for the laff :beard:
Do not get drawn into the black hole of Homes under the hammer ..... before you know where you are you'll be buying some dump in Merthyr Tydfil at auction.
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Comedy gold
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