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ADHD Time Management: What Will It Take To Get You There On Time?

Posted November 19, 2014 by Zoë Kessler, BA, B.Ed.

Brandon Warren via Compfight “What will it take to get you here on time?” I cringed when I heard that question. It wasn’t directed at me, but it had been in the past. I cringed with recognition. I cringed with embarrassment for the person it was directed at. And I cringed because I knew, had […]

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Equality

Fire Your Boss?!

Posted November 4, 2014 by Stephen Elliott-Buckley

If you are interested in: social and economic justice equality and less income inequality workplace democracy and autonomy work-life balance improving the world because you are young and you have the most to lose with a rapidly decaying planet, Then, read this paragraph. It comes from a document you should ponder endorsing. If the paragraph […]

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Activism

Work, Dignity and Living Wages?

Posted October 31, 2014 by Stephen Elliott-Buckley

A strong union. Corporations that understand the social contract. Corporations that know a tad smaller profit here contributes to more dignity throughout society. Corporations that recognize the value of unions. The living wage in Vancouver this year is $20.10, almost double the minimum wage. The “precariat” are precarious proletariats. We have too many of them; […]

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Business

Why You Should Never Depend On One Income

Posted September 28, 2014 by Ian Warner

No matter how much an income is, you should never just depend on one! The world tells us that we should get a job and use that money to live on. While we work, we hope that we don’t get fired because if it were to happen we go to from making a sum to […]

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5 Ways to Happiness Through the ADHD Golden Rule

Posted September 18, 2014 by Zoë Kessler, BA, B.Ed.

Learning about ADHD late in life has taught me a few things about how I’d like to be treated. There were many times in the past (before my diagnosis) that things might have gone more smoothly if I’d understood myself better, and what I needed from others. This got me thinking: maybe the way I’d […]

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