Tag Archives: lack of time

She Went With A Bang

I fainted recently and hit my head. I’m hoping it will improve me. I have been thinking a lot recently about my brain wearing out with overuse. Not wise, as it will wear out even faster. Perhaps I could buy … Continue reading

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Career Change Dreams Up In Smoke?

Suffering from that ‘going back to work feeling’? Reality after the festive season reminds many people of going back to school at the start of a new term. A feeling of dread; shining those shoes; buying a new fluffy pencil … Continue reading

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Is Your Work Like A Carpet?

Work can be wall to wall, can’t it? If you find yourself staring out of the window, it is more likely to be because your neck is stiff from sitting at the computer for a long time than you chose … Continue reading

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Relationships Are Like Runner Beans

If I forget or don’t make time to visit my allotment for a couple of days, the runner beans get too big and aren’t very nice, so they are wasted. If I visit more often and pick them, I am … Continue reading

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And I Quote “….

“The shortest way to do many things is to do only one thing at a time.” Mozart If you enjoyed this quote, why not opt in to get our free monthly bulletins which include one inspiring quote per bulletin. Click … Continue reading

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Exponential Delays And I’m Not Talking Trains

I read somewhere once that things take on average 42% longer than you think they will. Increase the number of people involved in a project, and a dollop of post credit crunch risk aversion, and it’s probably more like 85% … Continue reading

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Time or money? What would you choose?

New research by The Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR) shows that there is a hidden and growing trend of ‘under-employed’ people stuck in part time unemployment or temporary work. It is the highest figure on record, an increase of … Continue reading

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