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4 Reasons Why Quitting Your Job To Become A Tax Preparer Was A Step Back (And Neither Is Because It's Seasonal)

Dear Har-old,

the bad

  1. 50 cents less an hour.
  2. Bi-weekly pay periods.
  3. Under 40 hours weekly.
  4. And most importantly, what you were doing it for in the first place, the bonus money.
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Surrounding Oneself with Positive Images Is Very Rewarding

This week’s WordPress Photo Challenge is: REWARD.

Here’s a reward: being able to smell the flowers!

Self was able to cross off one of the items on her list of things to do before she leaves Mendocino: She finally experienced the excellence of breakfast at Queenie’s Road House in Elk (It closes every winter but re-opened a few weeks ago). 44 more words

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Hope

Hope doesn’t just abandon us. We abandon hope.

Remember the times when things seem to just be going horribly wrong in your life and how it all feels like your world is slowly crumbling down into oblivion? 954 more words

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Winning in The Wet

Yesterday Wingate & Finchley travelled to Peacehaven & Telscombe FC – a new ground for most of us. The weather left a lot to be desired although one of the local officials told me it was quite pleasant compared to how it could be! 77 more words

Postaweek

You remain: my power, my pleasure, my pain

Title taken from Seal’s “Kiss from A Rose”.
In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Never Gonna Give You Up” and “No Apologies”. …

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CDP Theme Day: Aging

March’s theme for City Daily Photo bloggers is: Aging. I’ve decided to make this Aging Gracefully as they wonderful dancers suggest.

If you’d like to see more wonderful interpretations of the theme, go to City Daily Photo Theme Day.

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Prompt Recap: March 1, 2015

Missed a day or want a full set of ideas in one place? Here are six prompts to help you make it through the week, whether you have plenty of time to cook or need a miracle nightly. 330 more words

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