Category Archives: time management

What Would Putin Do?

  Ukrainian military is handing Vladimir Putin, the Russian President, a beat down in recent week. Which open a window for anti-Putin factions inside Russia to voice their opposition against the Russian leader’s specialized military operation. Internationally, Western sanctions against … Continue reading

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What Do You Want?

  When I retired and became the Leisure Class, I thought everyday life will be easy. Little did I know, the freedom I have acquired as a leisure class member comes with a precondition: know what you want. Only then … Continue reading

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Information – A Double-Edge Sword

  In this digital world, information hold the potential to influence people and affect event outcome. Powerful tool. Thereby, there is the abundance of information, misinformation, and noises.  No shortage of them all. To wit, was the 2020 US election … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 6 Mar 2022

The Ukraine invasion by the Russian bully is in its second week. And its development has pretty much dominated the news and social media. So when the trucker’s freedom convoy, a copycat of the Canadian Trucker Protest, hit the Washington … Continue reading

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It’s Weekend Again

  Weekend has traditionally provided people a break or change of pace from the work week. A time to rest, recover, or reset from the daily grinds. Now-a-day, with digital technology, the line drawn for the  weekend has been blurred. … Continue reading

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A State Of Limbo

  It is 12 days to Christmas (19 days to New Year)!  Even though blogging everyday helps me  to  slow down the passage of time, I still  get caught off guard by how short we have on the clock for … Continue reading

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Leisure Activities?

  My life while in the workforce was 70% hustle and 30 % leisure. 70% included the proverbial 40 hour workweek, commute, preparation, etc. The 30% leisure accounted for the weekends, holidays and other personal time. Now retired, the scale … Continue reading

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Waiting, Part 3

  I dislike waiting. It renders me feeling helpless. Which is the reason why I would take a longer route than be stuck in traffics. Patience is a virtue? No. I don’t think so. It is too passive and reactive … Continue reading

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Dead-Time Zone

  Ever experience a zero productivity time period?  When nothing gets accomplished except the time marches on?  And afterwards you feel as if you woke up from a twilight zone?  It’s what I called a dead-time zone. For me that … Continue reading

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Song Of Retirement

  Each day I live is a day closer to my death.  Sounds a bit morbid, I know, but it serves the purpose of awaking the self.  Because without death, life has no meaning.  And as a creature of habits, … Continue reading

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