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The Last (January) Haiku

| January 30, 2016

Wow—I don’t know where this first month of 2016 disappeared to. It has gone lightning fast. I had an interview on January 26, 2016, which was the inspiration for this haiku. Although I did not get this position just being given the chance to interview was a great morale booster. So, if you are struggling […]

Fridge Philosophy

| January 21, 2016

What does your refrigerator (the outside not what’s on the inside—that’s a discussion for another day on another website) say about your attitude toward life, where you’ve been and where you’re going? Here’s my fridge (at least from the waist up) and what the items on it mean to me. First up, in the top […]

An application a day …

| January 21, 2016

Makes you so sick of talking about how fantastic you are! I’ve gone on an application blitz for the past two weeks—I had lofty goals of two per weekday (or 10 per week). That hasn’t happened but since January 6, 2016 I have submitted 11 applications. Frankly I find it exhausting to try and find […]

How you can help YYJWorks

| January 18, 2016

Thanks for taking the time to learn how you can help YYJWorks. Here are some ideas how you can do that: use the like/share button at the bottom of this post (or any post on the site) to share via email or social media make a donation using the PayPal button in the right-hand column […]

Maybe that should be ‘MEH’ (My Employment Haiku)?

| January 14, 2016

Sorry I’m a bit late with this week’s haiku—hump day kind of got away from me. What do you think of the acronym MEH for these weekly bits/bytes of doggerel? The ‘M’ could stand for ‘My’ as shown above but do feel free to add your own M-word (miserable? mystifying? maddening?). Here you go—hope it […]

This week’s ‘EH’ (Employment Haiku)

| January 6, 2016

Of course the job search and the subsequent (often agonizing) flurry of activity as you submit application after application is a serious matter but sometimes you just have to step back and try and see the humour in it. Please feel free to share your own creative efforts (haiku or otherwise) in the comments or […]