Tag Archives: strangers

Trap for Prying Eyes

I’m pretty sure my employer is spying on me by reading my work email, because I’m highly valuable. I am thinking about writing a resignation letter, postdated a couple months from now, signing and scanning it, and emailing it to … Continue reading

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Writing

We can begin by writing from a deeper part of ourselves. Too many people of us writing from the surface. Too many of us are writing stores populated by predictable, cliched and inauthentic men -characters who offer little insight into … Continue reading

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The Circle

We are strangers that became friends and friends that became family, and there’s no circle stronger than that – Taura Stinson Positively Purging-I welcome your feedbacks in the comments and your likes and passing the real life wisdom on to … Continue reading

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Human Connection – Date While you Wait

  I first heard of Thomas C. Knox’, concept awhile back on some morning show. Then I read about it one morning, and thought it was a great idea. The concept is to give people the opportunity to do something … Continue reading

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Finding an Opportunity : Pages of a Career Journal

I came across two yellow half sheets in my professional journal. Reading them, I knew they were two of many opportunities in my life time, but they made me smile. Opportunity Email :  “_Counseling Center is a center for uninsured … Continue reading

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