Dec 052013
 
Sick On Your Holidays?

Does this sound familiar? You are a hard worker, you put in long hours and you deal with a lot of stress.  You have been looking forward to a break so you can unwind and have some time for yourself.  Then, when you finally have some time to relax and focus on yourself – you […]

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Jan 252013
 

As a business owner, you know that all of your leads, client information and opportunity details, correspondence and activity must be entered into a reliable database – or Customer Relationship Management (CRM) platform. So you have researched and decided on the most appropriate CRM for your business and you have instructed your team to use […]

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Jan 242013
 
Local Virtual Assistant Receives International Recognition from Industry Leaders Worldwide

Kerryn Sonnet qualifies for worldwide Virtual Assistant certification at VAcertifed.com Bendigo, Victoria, Australia – Kerryn Sonnet, owner of Virtually There announced today that she has qualified for the new worldwide Virtual Assistant Certification from VAcertified.com. VAcertified.com is the new standard for Virtual Assistant Certification which clients worldwide can use to benchmark the services they are […]

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Jul 312012
 
August 2012

I’ve been very quiet on our Facebook page for the last month.  I needed to take a lengthy break throughout July for some major surgery and recovery time.  I have a few important messages to share with you if you have a minute (if not now, come back later, it’s worth it!) Thank you messages Thank […]

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Jun 062012
 

I dont know where this came from originally, but geez it makes me laugh.  Enjoy! Recently, I was diagnosed with A.A.A.D.D. Age Activated Attention Deficit Disorder. This is how it manifests: I decide to water my garden.As I turn on the hose in the driveway,I look over at my car and decide it needs washing. As […]

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Jun 052012
 
14 More Wonderful Words With No English Equivalent

Some more from Mentalfloss! Earlier this year, Bill DeMain introduced us to 15 Wonderful Words With No English Equivalent. Now that  you’ve integrated those into your vocabulary, here are 14 more. 1. Shemomedjamo (Georgian) You know when you’re  really full, but your meal is just so delicious, you can’t stop eating it? The  Georgians feel […]

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Jun 052012
 
15 Wonderful Words With No English Equivalent

Ahh, finally!   Great article from MentalFloss. The Global Language Monitor estimates that there are currently 1,009,753  words in the English language. Despite this large lexicon, many nuances of human  experience still leave us tongue-tied. And that’s why sometimes it’s necessary  to turn to other languages to find le mot juste. Here are fifteen  foreign words […]

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