Posts Tagged: routines

Staff collaborating on data

More Exacting Than Ever!

It has finally happened. My personal and professional lives have merged and I am now 83.67% more exacting than before! Just kidding on the percentage. I was seconded from my regular library job to work on a data-heavy project that

Staff collaborating on data

More Exacting Than Ever!

It has finally happened. My personal and professional lives have merged and I am now 83.67% more exacting than before! Just kidding on the percentage. I was seconded from my regular library job to work on a data-heavy project that

On Repeat

Recently I found myself thinking about things I’ve done over and over again, even when there were other choices. For instance, Rom and I visit his parents in Sussex every year, and we spend time in London and Brighton. His

On Repeat

Recently I found myself thinking about things I’ve done over and over again, even when there were other choices. For instance, Rom and I visit his parents in Sussex every year, and we spend time in London and Brighton. His

Very Superstitious

Happy Thanksgiving, Canada! It is one of my favourite weekends of the year. Today I was thinking about superstitions – when I first heard about them, and how they’ve affected me. I expect my very first exposure was through traditional

Very Superstitious

Happy Thanksgiving, Canada! It is one of my favourite weekends of the year. Today I was thinking about superstitions – when I first heard about them, and how they’ve affected me. I expect my very first exposure was through traditional

How Compulsive Are You?

Given the title of this blog, you would think I have dozens of compulsions, if not an outright diagnosis of OCD. Amazingly, I am a fairly functional person, and I think my compulsions fall into the normal range. Well, OK,

How Compulsive Are You?

Given the title of this blog, you would think I have dozens of compulsions, if not an outright diagnosis of OCD. Amazingly, I am a fairly functional person, and I think my compulsions fall into the normal range. Well, OK,

A Creature of Habit: Part 2

What do you think of someone who has been in the same job for twenty years? Someone who washes their car twice a week? Someone who drinks 8 cups of coffee a day? Someone who swims laps at the pool

A Creature of Habit: Part 2

What do you think of someone who has been in the same job for twenty years? Someone who washes their car twice a week? Someone who drinks 8 cups of coffee a day? Someone who swims laps at the pool

A Creature of Habit, Part 1

As I see it, there are two ways to be a Creature of Habit: through your big lifestyle choices, and through your everyday routines. Today I will focus on the big stuff, and tomorrow on the little stuff! First up

A Creature of Habit, Part 1

As I see it, there are two ways to be a Creature of Habit: through your big lifestyle choices, and through your everyday routines. Today I will focus on the big stuff, and tomorrow on the little stuff! First up