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Free event // Surviving as an Artist in the West Midlands // Saturday 7 March

Waving not Drowning… Surviving as an Artist in the West Midlands 2015
Birmingham School of Art, Birmingham City University, Margaret Street, Birmingham
Saturday 7 March, 11am – 4pm… 145 more words

Using Your Occupational Therapy “Elevator Speech” to Effectively ELEVATE Understanding of the Profession!

Note: Be ready to give a quality occupational therapy elevator speech during any upcoming OT school interviews you have! It’s a common question, and one you should definitely be prepared to answer! 1,714 more words

Occupational Therapy

Remembering Me.

It occurred to me recently that I forgot ME.  I mean the child ME who wrote plays and corralled the kids to perform in grandmothers front yard. 631 more words

Living Well

Introvert or Extrovert ... that is the question?

No one is a pure introvert or extrovert. However, every workplace has representatives of each personality type, and there are a few fundamental differences between the two that affect how they interact with their colleagues. 692 more words


Momentum: Reflections on #RLC2015 and Networking

This past weekend, I was given the opportunity to attend the Ontario Association of College and University Housing Officers Residence Life Conference at the University of Guelph as part of the York University delegation. 377 more words

Student Life

Know-It-Alls? No More! When to Avoid the Search for Right Answers.

One of my favorite recurring Saturday Night Live characters from the Phil Hartman days is “Unfrozen Caveman Lawyer.” Hartman tells the jury:

Ladies and gentlemen of the jury, I’m just a caveman.

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