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My Life To-Do List
Currently on my Life Wish List:
1. I want to be finally be able to get my house in some sort of civilized order.
2. I want to get our house built up on the Chesapeake Bay so that we can finally have a place to just get away from it all.
3. I want to have time to myself, without interruption, for about 1 week, at the beach, to be able to WRITE.
Goals I am working on:
1. Getting the 2 books published that my partner and I have been working off and on on for the last 3 years.
Projects I am working on:
1. A non-fiction book
2. A series of fiction books.
This is for anyone out there who is in HR or who is currently looking for a job. Recently, I've been supervising a lady who was sent to us from a local chapter of AARP. She is reentering the workforce after having been laid off from a long term job. Li
Asked on 31st October 2009 | 0 replies
Has anyone here ever had any experience with a (and pardon my terminology here) yard nazi in the neighborhood? What I mean by that is someone who is SO anal about their yard that they get upset by others who are not so anal and then make disparaging rema
Asked on 19th July 2009 | 3 replies
I work part time at a tobacco store. My step mom is the manager there and the only other person that works there with me. The man who owns it never comes by to check on the store since he owns several. My step mom has been telling me that she wants to tra
Answered on 15th July 2010:
You need to find another job. QUICK! What she's doing is, imho, blatently illegal and totally and without doubt, blatantely unethical. I don't know what state you're in, but of tje owner found out, I believe what she's doing is grounds for firing. If I were you, I'd call your state Labor board ASAP. There have been very LARGE companies, i.e. Walmart for 1, that have been sued big time for working people off the clock and not paying them. I know you need the money, but staying there under the present situation is asking for trouble BIG TIME.
Do you keep your children in child care over the summer, or do you make other arrangements? What do you look for in a summer program for preschool-aged children?
Answered on 5th June 2010:
Are you KIDDING?! Of course you keep them in care! Unless you teach for a living, thereby having summers off, a vast majority of people work and can't stay home with the kids. This is not directed for the WAHMs, of course, but really! Our daycare had wonderful summer programs - they'd go swimming (she learned to swim that way), they went to King's Dominion several times (hubby even chaperoned a couple of times) and have all sorts of things. My biggest problem was when she aged out of daycare at 13. We sent her to camp, starting at 7, for several weeks, and that helped. But by the time she was 14, it was camp and stay at home. Neither of us could afford to stay home with her, so she had to stay on her own.