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Category Archives: work
Stephanie Colpron is our hostess for the Tale Weaver Prompt and has given us another topic to get our teeth into. This week she invites us to share a tale of resilience, of falling and getting back up to see … Continue reading
We’ve experienced the most beautiful full moon recently, but none of my pictures have done it justice, so I am going to cheat and use this one from the internet Written for https://wordpress.com/read/feeds/79388113/posts/2659764932
I am not really a fan of TV (the adverts get in the way of the programmes and nine times out of ten should I be actually watching something, Hubby either changes the channel or switches it off), but this … Continue reading
I can understand the need for small businesses to downsize, but sometimes things go perhaps a little too far. In my banking days, staff meetings were either over breakfast in the local pub once a month or a business lunch … Continue reading
The story behind the Mop Fair dates back to the 12th Century (see this post), but if you were asked what ONE tool would depict your trade, I wonder what you’d say? Mine is easy. Have pencil will travel. I … Continue reading
Reading Shelley’s Carved in Stone: the Joys of Choosing an Epitaph over at Peak Perspective about deadlines made me think of my working life before I was made redundant in 2001. My job as a financial analyst was right up my … Continue reading
Listening to the news programme on the radio today, the subject of the National Living Wage was being discussed. I voiced my opinion on this here. Already, in the Pub industry, it is being said that employers are reducing their … Continue reading
When I moved away in 1981, I had to wait for unemployment money as according to the dole office I had ‘left my job on my own accord and made no effort to find another‘. That was actually untrue as … Continue reading
These days, qualifications are worth more than experience in the job market, and if I were to be looking for work, as well as my age being against me, I wouldn’t stand a chance. When I left school at 16 … Continue reading