Posted in October 2012

Work-from-home Jobs and Secondary Incomes

Work-from-home Jobs and Secondary Incomes

Secondary Income for the Unemployment, Under-employment, and Under-staffed The current state of the economy has really impacted many of my family and friends. From unemployment to under-employment, people are experiencing the paycheck-to-paycheck way of life. Additionally, those who are employed full-time are often working for companies that are under-staffed and utilize skeletal crews. The message … Continue reading

Poetry: To Blog – A Poem

Poetry: To Blog – A Poem

The blank page White, virginal, pure as snow Waiting for words to decorate its surface Sterile, unrelenting, intimidating The absence of words creates a void, an emptiness The writer thinks, ponders, reflects So many topics to explore Pick one, just one, and move forward Create an outline, a blueprint to progress to avoid off-topic ramblings … Continue reading

Grammar Rules: The 6 Verb Tenses

Grammar Rules: The 6 Verb Tenses

Tense over Verb Tenses? There are six verb tenses that are commonly used in the English language. Present – action occurring right now Past –¬†action that has passed Future – action that has yet to take place in the future Present Perfect¬†– action in past time in relation to present time Past Perfect – action … Continue reading

The Blame Game

The Blame Game

Who are the winners in the Blame Game? I have been at the end of the finger tip of finger pointer – someone who employs the Blame Game to avoid taking responsibility for a making a mistake or exercising bad judgment. It is an uncomfortable position to be in and I have rarely escaped the … Continue reading