Category Archives: competitions

Phone Battles Begin

Unlike many of the people I work with, I like simple video games.  I don’t need epic story-lines and award-winning graphics.  I don’t need booming soundtracks and epic boss-battles.  I just need something to occupy my time in short bursts.  … Continue reading

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Advice from the Family

I am not sure how it came up, but my family were talking about my blog. Of course, they weren’t talking to me, but amongst themselves.  While they weren’t being critical, they were expressing their opinion about the topics of … Continue reading

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Lexical Combat

There is nothing wrong with a little competitive spark. At least that is how I feel today.  I am not writing this to get into a debate about whether kids should just play for fun (and everyone gets a trophy) … Continue reading

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The Price of Procrastination

Have you ever had one of those tasks that you really want to get done, but just never seem actually get it done?  Maybe, there isn’t enough time.  Maybe, it’s contingent on getting another job done.  Maybe, it has been so … Continue reading

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