Monthly Archives: June 2011

Powers of Concentration? Lacking.

hi all- Meredith here. I hope you all had pleasant, relaxing weekends. Mine was great – I was in Ottawa for the weekend where I got in a whack of dancing (salsa), as well as a couple of performances with

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Media calls

hi there – Meredith here. So as most of you probably already know, I write a blog as part of my Master’s research project. The blog (found here) is a collection of writings (I try to post at least a

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Deadlines, deadlines…

hi again – Meredith here. I hope you’ve all had pleasant weekends. The weather here in Kingston was magnificent all weekend (and still is – I can hear kids playing in the splash park across the street as I write…I

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Community Living

hi all- Meredith here. I’ve been meaning to post since Thursday, but haven’t been near my computer for longer than a few minutes at a time. So, here goes. Happy weekend! It’s beautiful out so far this morning – warm

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Love-sharin’

hi all – Meredith here. Sorry for my prolonged absence — I kept meaning to post something over the weekend and the days just kept getting away from me. I was dancing in the annual Kingston School of Dance performance

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Lost Your Motivation? Good News: There’s Help…

hi all – Meredith here. Well I don’t know about the rest of you, but on beautiful mornings like this one, I sometimes find it hard to hunker down with my work. I sometimes find it hard to hunker down

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Geez…it’s June!

hi all – Meredith here. I’m writing this morning from a local coffee shop. Man, this place is buzzing! It’s just past 9am, but I’m amazed at how busy it is in here. People are talking, working, reading…it’s quite a

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