Tag Archives: work

Seize the Moment by Cher’ley

  This blog by Cher’ley Grogg A young soldier and his commanding officer got on a train together. The only available seats were across from an attractive young women who was traveling with her grandmother. As they engaged in pleasant … Continue reading

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The Zen of Envelope Stuffing

This post by Jennifer Flaten   Today, at work, I spent 4 (yes, F-O-U-R) hours stuffing envelopes. My organization sends out a lot of mailings. We’re a nonprofit, and we often have volunteers handle the envelope stuffing and stamping, but … Continue reading

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Say Yes

This post by Jennifer Flaten Sometimes you just have to say yes to something and then worry about how you are going to make it work later. I have two examples of this. Last year, I got an opportunity to … Continue reading

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I’d Rather Be Unstoppable

This post by Jennifer Flaten   Have you seen the Unstoppable meme? The one with the T-Rex who has discovered the gripper claws, which will now extend his reach, thus making him unstoppable? I love that meme, so much that … Continue reading

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When It Rains… by Erin Farwell

Last summer I embarked on a new venture as a freelance writer. It’s had its ups and downs but overall things have gone very well. I want to cut back a bit over the summer both to spend time with … Continue reading

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Asking ‘Beets’ Assuming

This post by Jennifer Flaten   Remember how you’re taught that assuming something can make an a$$ out of you and me? Well, the result of my assuming wasn’t quite that bad, but it did leave a bad taste in … Continue reading

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Overconfidence

This post by Jennifer Flaten Why is it, the tasks you think will be the easiest frequently are the ones that give you the most trouble. Case in point, at my part-time job I am in charge of the year-end … Continue reading

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Love What You Do

This post by Jennifer Flaten I don’t normally watch awards shows, but flipping through the TV channels on Sunday I caught a moment of the SAG awards. Specifically, Francis McDormand’s acceptance speech there she was on stage accepting her award … Continue reading

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Not worth the salt!

This post is by Nancy Jardine Who would have thought it! Salt isn’t all that good for me. When I was born, way back in history (i.e. the early 1950s) nobody told me that I shouldn’t eat too much salt. … Continue reading

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Working from home – an experiment

Since I started writing I’ve had the dream of becoming a full-time writer. Earning enough with my writing to cover all my bills with hopefully a little left over to splurge with once in a while. Through all the twenty … Continue reading

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