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Race Review: Rat Race Dirty Weekend!

Last year I did Rat Race Dirty Weekend. I finished and said never again. (Read the blog post about it HERE) But within a few days I knew I had unfinished business with it. I wanted another crack at it. And so I found myself on the start line again.
by Simply Hayley on May 24, 2016

Race Review: Bedgebury Trailblazer 10km

This year I have a Rat Race Season Pass. One of the events included is the Trailblazer series which they run in conjunction with Runners World. I’d heard it has an epic goodie bag and decided that Kent isn’t *that* far away (note it... [...
by Simply Hayley on May 22, 2016

Stand Fast in Your Spiritual Walk

Did you work more than 40 hours this week? Did you have less than three evenings at home this past week, with nothing to do? Do you ever feel like you are living in the fast lane? Do you ever … Continue reading →...
by How to be saved on Jan 25, 2016

Ebay Business Opportunity - Man or Mouse? - Get out of the RAT RACE!

What is it about running a business that fears many people? Is it the initial start up cost, is it not knowing the business basics or is it the thought of  the financial freedom that comes with it?Because that is exactly what you get after invol...
by Home Based Entrepreneur on Dec 7, 2015

How To Escape The Rat Race & Get The Life You Really Want

Let's face it: Most of us are stuck in jobs that make us feel bored and uninspired. We do it because we think that we have to. After all, no job means no money.Many of us feel trapped in trading time for money. We feel like a hamster running endlessl...
by Smarter Incomes on Oct 29, 2015

Unbecoming, not freedom

Big Brother is not watching you.The chaos you see all around you as some masterplan is not some kind of uber society manipulating you, watching you all the time, plotting against you. Except that now a days Big Brother actually is watching you and th...
by Murdockinations on Aug 31, 2015

Something to ponder on this PAYDAY by Christopher Tuyan

  Ang dami nating inaral na ibat-ibang klaseng COMPUTATIONS simula elementary-gumraduate ng college..May times nga na natatanong mo pa sa sarili mo kung "magagamit ko ba to pag nagtrabaho na ako?" , "nakakayaman ba tong computation na ito?"...
by Trendings Videos on Jul 18, 2015

Create A Location Independent Lifestyle By Working On The Road

Here’s a thought for you..why not find a way to quit that dull office / manual labour job and find a way to fund a life on the road. Yes, I’m talking about a location independent lifestyle where you can be wherever you want to be. Many pe...
by Flights And Frustration on Apr 28, 2015

Rat Race: Its Place & Time

One of my names is Joe. On paper, I’m of a certain age, but in my mind, I’m sometimes older, oftentimes (much) younger. No, no, I’m not trying to be unique, catchy or different. Just to point at something we all essentially are.Talk about being...
by HappyJoeInTheWorld on Oct 25, 2014

A First World Problem: We Have No Time

I keep a file on my computer of miscellaneous pictures from our Joburg days. The other day, feeling nostalgic, I felt compelled to post this one on Facebook: The caption read, Another thing I miss about #Joburg: Skoobs, a cappuccino served i...
by Joburg Expat on Sep 10, 2014

The agony of work after a long holiday weekend in NYC.

I don’t know about you but I really can’t stand the coworker who comes back into the office after a long three or four day holiday weekend all bright eyed and bushy tailed. You know the type. All refreshed and … Continue reading ...
by The Regular Guy NYC on May 27, 2014

Nature makes you think positively

Here is a guest post by Emily King.Everyday obligations and tasks occupy our minds so that we are practically disabled to think in any other way from the one that is prescribed by the established social norms. When you are a pupil or a student, you a...
by Erase Negativity on Jan 15, 2014

Escaping the Rat Race: Living the Recurring Dream

I’m basically a lady of leisure. I get up when I want, do what I want and go to sleep when I want. Sometimes that means pulling an all-nighter to climb a mountain and sometimes it means staying in bed all day eating ice cream and watching Chine...
by Sterling Effort on Nov 7, 2013

NEW: Blackberry Q5!!! Let The Rat Race Begin

BlackBerry Q5 has been formally revealed at the Canadian firm’s yearly Live association in Orlando after various leaks and reports, guaranteeing to bring BlackBerry 10 in at a much more cost-effective price factor. Brows were raised when BlackB...

#AtoZ: Letter R - Rat Race

One of my favorite, funny movies is Rat Race.  I dare you to watch this scene without laughing. How about this scene? Just a small sampling of the fun in Rat Race.  Trust me, there are many more great scenes in this hi...
by Catch My Words on Apr 20, 2013

Positive Thinking – 5 Little Steps

On my constant quest, as I am, to be totally free from my full-time job (which, did I mention, I can’t stand?), I am often plagued by those thoughts which challenge what I am doing. What if my new projects fall flat on their faces? Making a liv...
by freedomblog.co.uk on Mar 6, 2013

Freedom is… Working From Home

One year ago I had what I believed to be a pipe dream of making enough money from my websites that I could give up my teaching job and work full-time as my own boss, choosing my own working hours and being the master of my own destiny. One year ago,...
by freedomblog.co.uk on Jan 24, 2013

Maintain Dignity with Nursing Homes

Inevitable undeniable fact people grow old. And when people are THAT old, they have an inclination to become more and more helpless. Let’s be fair because only in being honest, especially with the self, could we reasonably handle “life...
by Parenting Advice Blog on Oct 29, 2012

Rowan Atkinson: The famous, Mr Bean.

He could not talk properly. His parents were really worried about the future of their kid and didn't want him to feel left behind in any field of life so they gave him special attention. Not in the wildest of dreams had they thought this kid will one...
by Finding Neverland on Sep 18, 2012

Irish Work Ethic

My job description There are two conflicting stereotypes about Irish work ethic. Are the Irish proud craftsmen or shiftless layabouts? Yes. Lately, I've been working 12 hour days, 7 days a week. I used to work 30 hours a week. I had time to go to th...
by America to Ireland on Mar 7, 2012


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