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Spring

Huzzah! Spring is finally here. I’m pretty sure that everyone one of us living in England is more than happy to say an enthusiastic goodbye to that liquid winter. Interesting fact: this is the wettest winter that we’ve experienced in a quarter millennium (250 years).

Google doodles marked the first day of spring on the 20th March 14 according to the astronomical calendar.

In the spirit of all things green, flowery and warm, would you consider greening up your life?

Game of Thrones

On the sixth of April… well the title already says it all. Once again I bow out, for a moment, from the life of a paperless blogger into the one of a game of thrones fan!

Even if you lived under a rock, you know the name of this show, now its not for all audiences, I recommend eighteen years (18) and above only to watch this how as there are some graphic scenes, but that aside this is one of the best adventure shows, or just one of the best shows in general. I love this show! Did I mention that already?

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Beating the Clutter!

Every average home has that ‘paper mountain’ maybe tucked somewhere in the small space under the stair case, littered in the garage, arranged neatly in a box in the study of even stacked to a precarious tilt in the corner of the living room yes… we all have it. What are they? Bills, newspapers, old magazines, or just papers you used for writing. Of course this defeats the whole purpose of going paperless like we all try to encourage, so here are simple things to do with that mountain.

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They say that Mondays are the bane of many people’s existence, especially those who go to work. I beg to differ. I actually am excited to come to work (almost) every morning especially knowing the purpose for the company that I work for goes just beyond selling our product to the masses and being conscious of the fact that I am a part of this. I love Mondays. Most times.

The Missing Plane

While writing for the paperless blog, I’ve come across some fascinating things and Personally, I think that this has to be one of the most interesting things I’ve heard… this week.

We all know that there is a special place where the second sock always goes, somehow they can never be found, even when you’re moving house. Well what about airplanes? Where do they go?

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