Tag Archives: nothing to do with caregiving

Observations from the Waiting Area

Several months ago I had the opportunity to wait for half an hour in the entrance of a well-known restaurant for my friend Jan, who was stuck in traffic. I refer to the time as an opportunity because, as I … Continue reading

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Farewell to TheWorkingCaregiver

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The need for spontaneity

Most of us have no problem acting on impulse when we’re in our teens. And I suppose somehow, we think that being spontaneous is linked to immaturity. I guess it can be. But what happens as we grow older? Perhaps … Continue reading

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Reality TV and other Guilty Pleasures (Vol. II)

Sometimes I just want forget about the whole caregiving thing – be it parents, children, and even my business. I often just need to escape from bills, social media and everything else. What I’d rather do for just one day … Continue reading

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