When I worked for some big companies my wrist would often get sore and cramped personally signing my name on 300-500 holiday cards for clients at the beginning of December. Now that my client list is somewhat smaller, sending seasonal greetings is a much more pleasant task especially since we’re pretty much a paper-free office. […]
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When the cab driver dropped me off at 581 Cordova he thought I was making up the fact that there was a theatre inside. The PAL (Performing Arts Lodge), located in Coal Harbour is, “a B.C. not-for-profit charitable society, created to provide quality affordable housing and support for seniors in the performing arts and allied […]
As noted last month, today is World Diabetes Day. In order to bring awareness and support of this cause to people around our very own region, events and activities will be taking place throughout the day. Yesterday, Surrey mayor Dianne Watts unveiled a World Diabetes Day flag, that is now waving above 152nd at Flag […]
I haven’t yet done a link fest this week and with so many strange, interesting, odd, and somewhat amusing things happening around town within the last few days I’d decided round them all up here: – Box from crematorium found at English Bay. “A broken wooden box–apparently from a crematorium in Chilliwack–was sitting in the […]
This month I won’t be organizing a large-scale food drive, and I may not even have time to provide a live blog of the event. That’s because this month’s Third Tuesday speaker is, well, me. I’ve been asked countless times about blogging and how I’ve been able to grow Miss604.com while turning this knowledge and […]
After my weekly spot on Talk1410am’s Afternoon Buzz I arrived home to find my review copy of the Vancouver Book of Everything sitting in my mailbox. It’s taken me a few hours to flip through the thorough guide to our city and I have to say, it’s pretty good. The book combines tourist elements ie. […]