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Hindsight is ALWAYS on Time.

Working late tonight testing some application being launched soon.
It was located across the city at separate offices. We found a small glitch.
But I wanted to be thorough. 96 more words

Work: Is it a four letter word?

Anyone who can both count and spell knows that work is in fact a four letter word. My point (in this post at least) isn’t to call into question the general public’s ability to count and spell, but rather I’m wondering – when did… 727 more words

Wisdom Wednesdays

“Though usually regarded as the result of trying to give too much, burnout in my experience results from trying to give what I do not possess–the ultimate in giving too little! 41 more words


Just a bad habit? Or simply a habit?

I first started working 22 years ago this next December 7th, and so far I’ve had a blast. I’ve always loved working; love the way hard work allows one to earn money. 301 more words

Random Notes

30 years and counting

When you turn 30, you’re supposed to act your age. Like what the rest of society is expected from a full grown person who’s supposed to be on their own, most likely married by now and popping babies, left and right. 965 more words


Career Startup & Work Ethic

The main reason I’m at university is to end up increasing my job prospects. With this in mind, I thought I’d take a little bit of free time to visit Zoe Mitton who is the advisor for the arts at the uni. 391 more words

Personal Work

The American Home

Bob Jones, Sr., “The American Home,” in Heritage of Faith: Preaching Through Three Generations (Greenville, SC: Unusual Publications, 1973). pp. 13-21.

The American Home
Deuteronomy 22:8… 4,214 more words

Henry Grady