When you work from home or for yourself do you get time off? Have you ever thought of working from home or working for yourself? Working from home or working for yourself is great right? You can get limitless time off and do a limitless number of things. That is the perception anyway. What is the reality of it, or do you get time off? If you do how much time do you get off and do you feel like you should be working when you are taking time off? Working from home or for yourself can be great because you can make your own hours.
In my experience, those people who are most transparent about their true intent tend to be trusted the most. They don play games; they don behave differently in one situation or another. They are also open to being vulnerable, sharing their emotions, deepest thoughts or important life wisdom..
Continue reading this postFABLE FIGHT: Mirror Mirror vs. Wrath of the TitansIt’s a box office battle of mythic proportions this weekend as remixed fables and fairy tales go head to head. In one corner, Mirror Mirror, a snarky retelling of the Snow White fairy tale.
I’m not saying that I hate labor unions. The initial purpose was to insure that workers had the collective power to bring about fairness in the factories, safe working conditions, and decent wages. Nowadays, our unions are taking advantage of that power to demand things far and above that of most non union earners.
I have the exact same body type, and history of weight loss/gain/disordered eating struggles. I am 5 and only got down to 124, but same deal. Now around 131 135. I’ll look at pictures. Me winning the first open. I remember it like it was yesterday. Unfortunately, if you’ve joined the masses dispersing the fruits of their labor through online bill pay, there’s also cause for alarm. With all this convenience comes risk both real and perceived. Even tech savvy bill payers battle fears about privacy infractions and identity theft.
Continue reading this postRRSP season: How do you invest your money?Pop tax: Would a tax on soft drinks make you think twice?The Quebec Coalition on Weight Related Problems has recommended a tax be imposed on pop and energy drinks. The group testified before the House of Commons health committee Thursday. Among their recommendations was an excise tax of one cent per.
I want my teammates and coaches to get all the attention and credit for working hard and having success. I am sorry to my brothers and coaches as well. I am an extremely competitive person once on the field, but that does not excuse and never will excuse my actions today.