Monthly Archives: November 2014

E-mail suggestion

It’s best to use E-mail to confirm something. Even making a simple statement or asking/answering a question is okay. As soon as you offer your opinion or views that’s when the trouble starts as it is certain someone will disagree. … Continue reading

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Books for Dummies

A book search on Amazon revealed something I found to be quite insightful. There are 2179 Dummies book titles now in print! From Ukulele for Dummies to Windows for Dummies, chances are you can find a subject that you want … Continue reading

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Remembering our Veterans

Today is Remembrance Day in Canada. Today I’m remembering my dad who was in the ill-fated Dieppe Raid in August 1942 and spent the remaining years of WWII in a German prisoner of war camp. He passed away in May … Continue reading

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Doing Nothing

This is certainly a follow up to my previous post. It’s okay to take some time for yourself. Read, listen to music, go for a walk, workout. It’s okay to sit and do nothing, guilt free. I find it empowering. … Continue reading

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Getting Things Done

Whether at work or in your personal life, here is a very doable suggestion to help you get things done. 1. Make an appointment with yourself for that task 2. Keep that appointment, no matter what 3. Turn off all … Continue reading

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Your Daily Routine

A friend was recently lamenting on how they didn’t like the routine of their day. If you are occupied with thoughts about how everything is the same as we go about our days, I wonder if maybe that is not … Continue reading

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