July 2014 Blog Posts (7)

Gratitude: Give More - Get More

Who cares about being grateful?

Isn’t thankfulness just for losers?

I tend to be a respectful, and thankful person, but some days these questions do come to mind. Whenever I can, I thank people… and have made an effort to provide a personal and sincere note of gratitude to those who were deserving of it, especially on my work-teams.

It does not take much. A…

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Added by Charles Dimov on July 23, 2014 at 8:25am — 1 Comment

The Lord Helps Those Who Help Themselves

I'm not an overly religious person but that title seemed to be best for what I wanted to discuss in this week's community post.

A comedian (whom I've since forgotten) once said, "There are two types of people in the world, those who like to sort things into two groups, and those that don't." With that in mind, I would like to say, there are two types of people in the world, those who like to read 'self-help' books and those that don't. I guess this week's post is directed…

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Added by Amanda @Kamazooie on July 18, 2014 at 4:00pm — 4 Comments

A great place for lunch in Ottawa

Okay, it is not a 'best trip ever' or an amazing lifetime experience, only a great place to chill and have a lunch in Ottawa.

I was lucky enough to be traveling for work to our capital with a colleague who knows the Ottawa area fairly well.  He suggested we take our guests to the Dows Lake Pavilion which is at the base of Preston Street where it meets Queen Elizabeth…

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Added by Brian Ritchie on July 11, 2014 at 8:30am — 2 Comments

Turning a Triangle into a Straight Line

(Communication in a broken family)
Editors Note:  This is my first blog ... ever! I apologize in advance that it turned into a novel.
 
In 2006 I became one of the unfortunate members of the broken family statistic. Well ok, it wasn't just me ... obviously it was my whole family unit. At the time I had two young boys, 7 and 10, as well as an older step-daughter who was 20 and well on her way as a young adult.

 

The…
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Added by Larry Prong on July 9, 2014 at 9:57pm — 4 Comments

Answering the age-old question ... cat or dog?

I am a dog person. Not a cat person.  I never really could trust cats. Two events turned me off  of them early in life. First, when I was about 5 or 6 I was scratched by one that I tried to pet while it was perched on our fence. The second attitude shifting event was watching our neighbour's cat Snowball toy with a mouse until she killed and ate it. And there you have it...cats are cold blooded violent beasts. Later experiences of the needy mewling, leg rubbing and aloofness only tainted…

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Added by Lorne Alan Riley on July 9, 2014 at 4:30am — 4 Comments

What? No Vacation?

You know that feeling. You have just been on vacation for a week, and the Sunday night jitters start hitting you. Or maybe, as you are driving back from the cottage or vacation spot, you start thinking about all the things awaiting your return - like 1,500 emails, and half a dozen blow-ups that took place while you were away.

Having just taken a week's vacation with my…

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Added by Charles Dimov on July 6, 2014 at 9:07pm — 2 Comments

The Magic of Presence

I've been following Kamazooie for some time but haven't done more than comment. However, while relaxing on Canada Day, while my wife had to work ;-(, I came across this posting on "presence" that I thought I would share.

Whether you're a minister, a politician, a salesman or a customer service person, or even if you just want to be a likeable person, I think…

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Added by Martin James on July 1, 2014 at 11:00am — 3 Comments

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Choosing a Laboratory Cabinet for Your Laboratory

Posted by Jack Smith on August 8, 2022 at 6:10am 0 Comments

For those in charge of laboratories, selecting the right industrial furniture for a lab can be challenging. Various factors such as safety requirements, storage needs, and function dictate the type of lab furniture one would require. No two laboratories are the same. While some will be basic, others have sterilization processes or microbial protections required. The biggest question revolves around the material used in the lab cabinet as well as countertops. This is a decision that one must…

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Keep Your Laboratory Organized With The Best Lab Cabinets.

Posted by Jack Smith on July 18, 2022 at 6:54am 0 Comments

Industrial laboratories mostly have several products scattered almost everywhere, making it look like a mess. This reduces the overall appearance of the place and surely makes it impossible to maintain a certain productivity rate. A laboratory of a company is the backstage in which the main things are operated. This is why it is essential to keep it well organized. A proper way of making sure your lab is organized and you find every product from time to time is by investing in a…

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5 Things To Expect From A Hearing Clinic

Posted by Jack Smith on May 17, 2022 at 5:27am 0 Comments

It is completely normal for any individual to act nervous when visiting a hearing clinic or audiologist for the first time. If an individual is experiencing itching, hearing loss, ringing or any type of pain in the ear, a visit to the nearest hearing clinic is always recommended. Contrary to what people believe, professional ear cleaning is simple and pain-free.

Like anywhere else in the world, many people suffer from hearing difficulties and ear-related problems in…

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5 Signs You Might Need a New Gas Fireplace Right Away

Posted by Jack Smith on May 17, 2022 at 4:56am 0 Comments

A fireplace is an integral feature of any home's heating system and needs regular upkeep. Whether you have a gas fire or an electric fire, fireplaces are a useful convenience for any house. It's also practical, and when it's operating well, it may reduce your monthly heating utility expenses. Nevertheless, a fireplace does need regular maintenance, and you will need to consider a fireplace installation or…

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