Express Desk

18 Jun 19
Embree's Ruminations

My brother and I tossed sticks into the water running along the gutter. They floated merrily along, oblivious to the fate awaiting them when they reached the storm sewer. I’m approaching the storm sewer now. In high school, a friend and I purchased T-shirts that said “Tenors Are Special People”. Today, this message would have […]

18 Jun 19
The Happy Hermit

This is the third part of the crossing-Canada-by-train trilogy, hence my recommendation to read part 1 and part 2 first. Otherwise, the whole story will go haywire and derail like a freight train, setting an innocent town ablaze. And you don’t want that, do you? As much as Winnipeg had become my favorite city in Canada, […]

18 Jun 19
Thoughtful Meanderings

In this week’s post, I’m looking at what aspects of our behaviour do we look at when selecting someone for the workplace.

18 Jun 19
FOX40

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18 Jun 19
Objects On The Desk

Tuesday 6/ 18 /2019 My mind is fixated on the notion that there is a formula for getting into the right positive mood to write about what’s on my mind.  This morning I can’t seem to find that formula.  Whatever burst of energy or inspiration got me through the morning yesterday is still a bright […]

18 Jun 19
UpJourney

Is there a proper way of following up after an interview if you haven’t heard back from them? When should you follow up? [toc] Dr. Bill Gentry Director of Career and Professional Development, High Point University Allow 7-10 business days to pass before following up. If you haven’t heard back from an interview, and you […]

18 Jun 19
Mom's Mimosa

Are you feeling overwhelmed at the thought of planning your Disney World vacation? Want to avoid the long Disney World lines? Should you bring your own stroller to Disney? Don’t worry, I have you covered! I’ve put together some handy tips and tricks for your next Disney World vacation. These insider tips that will help […]

18 Jun 19
Miles from Nowhere

Where did I even leave off. We flew from Kullu to Chandigarh… once we got to Chandigarh it was hot again… even in the airport. Our flight from Chandigarh to Delhi ended up being an hour late. We took a cab from the airport. It was so hot in the cab. The guy had the […]

18 Jun 19
The Frontier Post

KARACHI (Monitoring Desk): Pakistan’s most successful professional pugilist and former World Boxing Council (WBC) silver flyweight champion Muhammad Waseem is all set to make his comeback on June 22 in Glasgow as he will take on Tanzania’s John Chuwa, while he believes it is going to be a year of transformation for him. The Quetta-born […]

18 Jun 19

This isn’t another post about discipline, or work ethic. I said yesterday that I know what I have to do. This is a post about a depression.

18 Jun 19
A Box Of Chocolates

Sarada has just blogged about impatience (go and read it please, then come back here), so I thought I’d blog about patience, not to be confused with “patients”, which would go on homeedandherbs and also probably turn out to breach confidentiality, so let’s not go there, particularly if some of my clients are reading this. […]

18 Jun 19
Hibbs Life & Style

Hornblower Champagne brunch cruise in Newport Beach, CA!

18 Jun 19
the succulent teacher

The last sermon I attended focused on how everyone holds power. He also pointed out how even though teachers have quite a lot of power over students (class routines and schedules, instructional material, consequences, etc), students also have power – the power to imbalance the classroom mood, the power to challenge authority, the power to […]

18 Jun 19
Under the Bar

Spring is definitely upon us, despite the abnormally cold weather, and after enduring an unabashed and uncontrolled internet deletion of my last blog post, I am finally ready to begin writing again. A lot has happened for me in the past couple of weeks. There is nothing quite like pouring rain to help you gain […]

18 Jun 19
booking hotel

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18 Jun 19
BookHub

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