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Notes From My Office: June 2021

It’s been a very quiet month for work. My office has spent far more time as a craft room than as an office. I’m not complaining. I’ve enjoyed spending more time with the inks and stamps than with the computer. I’ve even made over half of the birthday cards I’ll need for the next six… Continue reading Notes From My Office: June 2021

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Notes From My Office: April’s Words

In the early days of the quarantine period, I read various articles about home-working, and tips on surviving lockdown. At least one of the articles about home-working talked of putting on your work-clothes/make-up/high heels; I forget who wrote it or said it, or where I read it. Now, admittedly, my workplace has a casual dress-code… Continue reading Notes From My Office: April’s Words

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Notes From My Office: November’s Words

Generally, I like my day-job. I'm an Accessibility Proofreader, which means I spend my days playing spot-the-difference between documents for sighted people and the large print or braille versions for the visually impaired. There are two main reasons I like my job. One: it satisfies my need to point out mistakes. Finding mistakes in the… Continue reading Notes From My Office: November’s Words