Originally Posted by wj4
Originally Posted by bl1nk
Allen Edmonds 'Leeds'
Said why not for $10 at the rack. Only problem is that they are a 9.5 narrow. Was stretching it out all day during work yesterday and picked up after my shift today, was able to fit my foot in but pretty tight. Any tips on stretching a narrow shoe? In the end, if was only $10 if they end up not fitting
Leather can only stretch so much. If the last is too narrow then you may be out of luck sadly.
Try taking them to a cobbler and see if they can help.
Originally Posted by girlslovewaffles
What WIs said, I own a food truck.
Looking to expand into a chain of stores in the SoCal area ASAP. Maybe even go international. Shanghai, HK, and Guangzhou are big markets.
at this rate you may never go to med school.
I've echoed this saying before, but going beyond this thread, it's great to keep in touch with career paths among the gents in here.
Haha. I'll go. Already applied this cycle so if I get in, I'll be starting next fall.
For me, med school isn't just about being a physician. It's about the learning, the networking, and just being a better version of myself. I want to start a social venture as well, particularly in the healthcare field. I'm considering joining the Social Enterprise Alliance (SEA) and mingle with some members in the LA chapter. I'm bound to meet some smart and driven individuals.
Originally Posted by TypeRPinoY
med school is overrated
I feel like if you do it just for the money, it probably is. You can make more money doing other things, with less effort and stress, but the respect a physician gets is pretty high up there. Not to mention, med school is bound to be intellectually stimulating.