Working only 4 hours a week might be a stretch but this book gives you ideas on how to reshuffle your work and most important your life. After all who wants to be eulogized as the hardest working person ever?
In these times of cloudy, ambiguous morality it's always nice to get some clarity on whether or not you're a total dick. "The aim of this activity is to tell you something about your moral intuitions. It...
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I am not talking about becoming nomads here. Spending time working in different places can be very nurturing. Where we choose to live can also allow us to live better for less and help us in the pursuit of happiness.
"Online retailer Overstock.com, wanting to try a new way of helping customers find products they might be searching for, came to Aggregate Knowledge for some help.
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Sunday, January 14, 2007
Gordon Brown is to send his elder son to a non-denominational state school.
The Chancellor's decision contrasts sharply with Tony Blair's educational choices for his family - who went to selective church schools.
It will also be seen as a rebuke for...
"Itâs too bad I stopped in for a snack at the Modern that night in November. For one thing, a special high-temperature oven was busted, and the restaurant, tucked into the Museum of Modern Artâs formerly new Midtown complex, could not serve its signature dish: a...
"October, 2006The Prospectus for two new guiding concessions on Mt. Rainier was issued by the National Park Service on February 3, 2006 and IMG submitted our response to that Prospectus on May 1, 2006.
Months of hard work by IMG owners, partners and guide staff went into...
"Silvia Spring writes in Newsweek International that since the fall of Saddam:
* Iraqi real-estate prices have gone up several hundred percent
* Iraqi workers’ salaries have increased more than 100 percent
* The number of cars in Baghdad has grown by 500...
"I did something today that is out of character for me. I read Sally Quinn’s WaPo column. Ms Quinn had a lot to say about herself, and a little bit to say about our Bravest in harm’s way."And while it was refreshing to actually read something written by a liberal that...
"ROME, Dec. 19 — Many patients on respirators are not conscious and so cannot say whether they want to live or die. But Piergiorgio Welby is still full of words, hard and touching ones, that may be changing the way Italy thinks about euthanasia and other choices for the...
Some suggestions from the Treehugger online blog/e newsletter.USA focussed."Category: take action
:: ::The Slate Green Challenge: Week 7 - Water
December 8, 2006 9:30 AM - Brittany Jacobs, Seattle
Struggling with high energy bills? Your home water...
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