Sun rays through the woods in fall
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Fall. Autumn. Different names that still give you the same feeling. And yes, this is my ‘most wonderful time of the year’! I thought I was weird at first (duh!), but turns out I’m not the only one! There are a lot of people on this planet who say that…


I still remember the date vividly. March 30, 2020. I did not sleep well that night because my mind was filled with thoughts. What is going to happen to me? Would I be losing my job, my house, my car? I had no clue what was going on.

Masked girl working on her laptop
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It was…


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I woke up from a good night’s sleep this morning. I usually do well with six hours of sleep, and in my early twenties, I remember going to work with just four hours of rest and still getting the job done. Well, most of it, at least. But I have…


At the beginning of March 2020, when we had our monthly meeting at work, the first serious discussion of COVID-19 came up. This was a few weeks before the lockdown came into effect in Canada. None of us in that meeting were expecting a shutdown. We had the assurance that…


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Life can get hard, especially if you are a normal middle-class employee who toils every day at work just to take home some money that barely pays your bills. In unexpected situations, you may end up not knowing what to do or in which direction your life is headed.

Desperate…


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With coronavirus taking over the world, many firms are now ‘experimenting’ how remote work works for them. In 2020, I would say that it is a little too late for a business to experiment or try out remote work. It is about time they had the required infrastructure for it.

Why Remote Work Is Good for Employees


With the toilet paper wars going on at the local Costco, shit has already hit the fan. When the W.H.O declared COVID-19 a pandemic, people went crazy. Batshit crazy. …


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I had been writing since I was 11, but to be honest, I’ve never gone anywhere with it. I have written for many blogs, ran my own tech blog and even made a living writing content for clients at some point in my life. …


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2019 was a great year and I almost read around 35 books, which was 35% of my reading target. …


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In September 2019, I stopped using Google Chrome as my default browser and Google as my default search engine. The reason I did this was because I was starting to get a little concerned about my privacy online.

Some days ago, I was on a call with one of my…

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