In case you haven't noticed, the HITC Life hacks haven't been writing much lately. Which is good. Instead, it's you, the readers, who are writing the articles, and let us (hacks) tell you: they are good.
I left London in early last month and will become a resident of Canada in a few weeks. In the meantime I'm in the US, where the healthcare battle is raging. And I'm pregnant and uninsured.
If it was the Pussycat Dolls' buttons, it would be ok. Unfortunately, it's my BlackBerry's buttons.
For a reason I can no longer recall (it's age really, but I don't necessary wish to admit to that), I looked into peer-to-peer (P2P) lending. At the time it was presented as the best thing since sliced bread, only very new and difficult to actually form an opinion about.
"Go West, young man. You’ve been told, California’s full of women, whiskey and gold."
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You can feel it in your bones. You can sense it all around you. Your intuition is telling you: "I'm going to lose my job today!"
Here’s a question for the women in the audience...
Contractors, also known as consultants (or temps), used to be easy to hire and easy to fire (though not very often). In today's market, they're easy to hire (though not very often) and even easier to fire.
Many people define themselves by the jobs they do. Their work-self forms the major part of their being, and once stripped of this identify, they find it difficult to define themselves in some other way.