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For me, this time of year is one of reflection. Not so much on what I want to do in the coming year, but who I want to be. I’ve never been much for New Year’s Resolutions, although I do often do up a list of goals and things I want to accomplish. But more […]

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Like most North Americans, I have a lot of stuff. Like most North Americans, most of my stuff is precious. However, some is unwanted, some is disorganised, and some comprises unfinished projects that haunt my psyche and stress the Fire Marshall. For various reasons, I find that the degree of mental discipline required to independently […]

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I’ll soon be interviewing to fill a position here at Seabuckthorn International, and there’s one question I won’t be asking the applicants: Tell me your biggest weaknesses. I sometimes lose focus in hostile environments, my attention to detail can become a liability in certain circumstances, and while I work well independently, I find it challenging […]

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Remember the 80s movie Big? In it, a 13 year old boy makes a wish to be ‘big’, and wakes up an adult. In the movie, the experience was fun, embarrassing, and understandably traumatic. Imagine a magic hockey helmet that could instantly make you 10 years older? Sound fun? Well as youngster Miller Donnelly explains […]

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