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#SeniSal Roundup: Mar 16-20

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#SeniSal Roundup: Mar 16-20


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#SeniSal Roundup: Mar 16-20


Before I share with you the posts for this week, let me apologize for not being able to share your posts this past week.  I am truly so sorry, but this has been the craziest and rough week I have even been through at work.  Yes, I am not the only one in this situation, as I am sure most of you will relate with this COVID-19 / Coronavirus situation we are faced with.  Yes, my workplace deployed in three days to a paperless company and working from home.   What a hectic time.  Today a week ago, upper management made the final decision to get all up and running as soon as possible to start working from home.  A lot had to be done in a mere three days to get 50 plus staff members to transition to home-based offices with laptops and connecting remotely to the office.  Yes, we did it, and as of Wednesday, we are all working from home.  We did have, as I am sure many others, some minor glitches, but all in all, we pulled through and I can say that the first three days went well.

Taking into account doing extended long hours since the decision was made and this past week, I did not have a single waking moment available to attend to my blog and share your posts.  I am truly sorry, but trust that you did enjoy reading the other posts and shared them and promoted one another.

I promise to do better this coming week.


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#SeniSal Roundup: Mar 16-20

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  2. Ten Things I’ve Learned About Raising Chickens in My Own Backyard
  3. Keeping My Sanity And Other Good Things.



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*****IMPORTANT***** #SeniSal Roundup: Mar 16-20

Please remember to visit and read your fellow #SeniSal blogger posts. We are all here so let’s help one another, and also remember to take the time and READ as many blog posts as possible and leave them a meaningful comment and also mention that you found their post at #SeniSal. Please, DON’T just drop your links without reading, commenting and following others! The more people you help, the more help you’ll receive as well!

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4 thoughts on “#SeniSal Roundup: Mar 16-20”

    • Hi Clive, thank you, yes it went as well as one could have hoped for what we had to do. Now just to settle into work at home which is a totally different way to operate, as we were totally reliant on a paper system but due to the nature of our business and by law not permitted to have that at home due to confidentiality of client and patient information. This is so much more difficult to work, but one do what one has to do and carry on.


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