at one's convenience

at (one's) convenience

When one has the time to do something. No rush, you can fill out that paperwork at your convenience.
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at one's convenience

Also, at one's earliest convenience. Whenever one wishes; also, as soon as one can. For example, Pick up the car any time, at your convenience, or We need that drawing very soon, so please finish it at your earliest convenience. The use of convenience in the sense of "ease" or "absence of trouble" dates from about 1700.
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Manobo themselves in intercultural unions tell us for instance, 'My wife is a Bisaya.' It is an identity imbued with discourses of nation-ness and of struggle, not a cafeteria pick that comes cheap at one's convenience.
At the hotel's 24 hour spa and fitness centre, one can enjoy an invigorating workout or a relaxing massage at one's convenience. A 24 hour butler service is offered to all guests which allows for a personalized experience.
The Certificate Course in Digital Marketing is an online course and can be pursued at one's convenience. It takes an average of 30 hours of study time to complete the course.
And those who cannot afford to pay the fee but have merit, are supported by qarz-e-hasna - loan without interest which one is expected to return at one's convenience. This loan is also offered to those who plan to launch own business after the course and do not have the money.
According to Myrick and Sabella (1995), school counselor trainees and practicing counselors reported more advantages than disadvantages to Web-based supervision, including more accessible assistance and encouragement, interpersonal closeness and openness, the ability to read and review at one's convenience, and spirited conversations.