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Fast-tracking an escape

Yes, I know! Instead of a two word title, I have gone completely overboard and today’s offering is  three or, maybe, four words if you count the hyphenated ‘fast-tracking’ as two separate words. 344 more words

Slow Living

The Division - One Step Forward, Two Steps Back (?)

I want to talk a bit about what has been my gaming flavor of the past couple months – Tom Clancy’s The Division (TD). Anyone reading this who’s read my other post on the UWO Blog may remember some of the things I was talking about regarding TD and its many release issues. 1,732 more words

Video Games

on staying motivated

Trying to stay motivated on this long journey is something that has always been a challenge for me. It’s so difficult to maintain perspective when it feels like you’re putting in so much effort with so little tangible reward. 1,714 more words


Sucess Through Solitude

“If half a century of living has taught me anything at all, it has taught me that nothing can bring you peace but yourself.” –Dale Carnegie… 302 more words

Stress & Attitude Management

Creating Balance with Weekend Reads

Life is busy. There are activities to go to, messes to clean up, emails to respond to, and chores to be done.

Life is beautiful. There are children to play with, people to connect with, places to explore, and things to learn. 314 more words

Weekend Reads

Work Life Balance

“  Stand-up meetings , inter calls , deadlines,

family , children, health, parties, exercise !!!  

                  Climbing the organisational ladder often requires employees to work long hours and deal with difficult and complex issues.

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Meternity: insulting or ingenious?

The New York Post recently had an article on Meaghan Foye’s concept of Meternity – or as the headline suggests, maternity leave without the maternal bit. 916 more words