Quite often, their quantity is less important than their quality.
We’ve got a bill.
An official looking letter with a warning on it (I’ve never seen before). The warning promised a $2,000 fine or 5 years imprisonment for any person interfering or obstructing with delivery of this letter.
Maria was a guest on my second talk show. She posted our video on her Instagram and got a comment … about my accent. It turns out that after 8 years of living in America, I should not have a Russian accent. Really?
I told my husband, and he laughed out loud. The accent is a familiar phenomenon in his life. His mother spoke with a French one.
I received a no-reply email from Andrew Seaman, an editor at LinkedIn News, with a question:
What’s your advice for people making a shift right now — whether it’s landing a new job or making a career pivot? What’s the best advice you’ve received when it comes to making a job move?
Here are my thoughts.
For 15 long years in my previous marriage, I dreamed of divorce. I waited and waited for the right moment. But there were always circumstances and obstacles. At some point, I realized that this was never going to be the right time, and I just filed for divorce.
If you think that marriage and work have nothing in common, you are wrong. They are both an important part of our lives.
We often sense that something is wrong. We can even understand that it would be nice to change jobs. But we don’t do that. Once again, we’re waiting for the perfect moment. And to be honest, it’s scary. Right?
According to the web site stopkoronavirus.rf, on June 28 there were 63 new cases of COVID-19 in the Tomsk region. Compared to the data for June 6 with only 30 new cases, there is a big increase.
Earlier it was reported that as of June 28, 34,028 people have been infected with a new coronavirus infection in the Tomsk Region since the beginning of the pandemic, 32,397 patients have recovered, 468 have died. In June, the region resumed an increase in the incidence of coronavirus, a weekly increase of about 20%.