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It Has Been A Quiet Week

It’s been a quiet week, here beside Cultus Bay. That’s a rare thing to hear from me lately, but it’s true. And it was welcome. In the world of ironies, though, the less I worked, the more good news happened … Continue reading

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Small Town Working Spaces

Random acts of kindness are greatly appreciated. For a week or so this month I had the luxury of using an empty desk in the heart of Langley, our small tourist town. Two people have been watching the development of … Continue reading

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Diabetes Begins

I look forward to writing the post that will be titled Diabetes Ends. I was delivered the shock of news last week. I am diabetic. Any doubt I had about the Gig Economy being unhealthy was proved correct, at least … Continue reading

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Lower Income Higher Taxes

Whew. I paid my taxes, again, of course. I’m glad that’s over, though the costs will linger. My income taxes continue their inverse relationship with logic. The less I make, the more I pay. I suspect I’m not the only … Continue reading

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Purposely Vague And Private

Listen to three friends and one news story and hear a thread that’s permeating society with cautions and clues about our future. Good luck trying to be the first in line with new news in a small town. Everyone knows … Continue reading

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A Silly Little Slide

We had a silly little slide outside the neighborhood a few days ago. I say silly because it is small relative to the slides I geek out on at @DavePetley‘s blog. He chronicles the massive slides that sometimes make the … Continue reading

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Seven Bosses

What’s it like to work in the Gig Economy? There are infinite answers, but I’ll pass along something I’m experiencing. I have seven bosses, and that can be a good thing. And, it can also not be enough. To corporate … Continue reading

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Happy To Help Consulting

It turns out I’m a consultant. Soon after I wrote about a recent surge in requests for my writing skills, I start getting requests for something I enjoy even more, consulting. It is good to be in demand. Writing may … Continue reading

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Writing Real Estate

It turns out that I am a writer. I am also a consultant, project manager, strategic planner, organizer, engineer, photographer, and dancer; but I am also a writer. Writing is the skill that is most visible, followed by photographer and … Continue reading

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50 80 And Not A Rule

Have you heard of the 80/20 rule? It’s more of a guideline, though in these extreme times it has morphed into the 99/1 rule because the influence of “the 1%” now rules the rest. Personally, my refrain has been considering … Continue reading

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