Tag Archives: work-life balance

Top Five Regrets of the Dying, Grief and Loss – AARP


All men die, but not all men really live~William Wallace This is a very serious subject and  I would like you to think about it. Do you really live the life you want? Are your compromising your dreams to meet someone ‘else agenda. Do you think you had … Continue reading

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Minimum Employment Leave By Country

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7 Rules To Never Waste Your Time Again


Are you always busy, yet not finishing all you want to do or enjoying the way you spend your time ? Time is the most precious asset we have that once spent is lost forever, unlike other precious things we may … Continue reading

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Getting A Balanced Life in Only Two Steps


Many of you made your New Year Resolutions with enthusiasm, thinking this New Year will be different, that you will quit bad habits, lose weight, exercise, attend a language class or whatever, But did you really think deeply if this … Continue reading

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Guess What Posts Were Most Read In 2011 ?


If you have a blog: What were your 11 most read posts in 2011 ? See table  Do you think those most read posts reflect your expertise or interests? I think I do  Do you write for your audience or … Continue reading

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10 Tips For Expat Executives and Their Families Returning Home


  It is not a secret, It is very hard for expatriates, especially successful ones, to go back “home”.  I already described the emotional phases and grieving process most expat families experience when they return to their home country: Expat Life: … Continue reading

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