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Linda Robert

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Member since: Mar 01, 2012

My name is Linda Robert.

I've lived a life of opportunity and abundance, which has included living and working in various parts of Ontario, including Ottawa, Canada's Capital and now in Rockland. I've worked in the employment consulting field, mental health field and education field for several years as well as in law enforcement.

I've always researched and studied personal and professional development. As a teacher, I am extremely interested in practical and experiential learning experiences and incorporate this in my teaching style. I believe strongly in professional and personal development and for that reason I am continually seeking opportunities for growth.

Apart from the joy of being a mother of two and grand-mother of one, I also experience joy by continually seting new targets for my life. My "low-level mid-life crisis" in my 40's has given me first-hand knowledge in how difficult it is to 'bounce-back'. I'll often write about change, wellness, relationships and redesigning yourself partly because it helps me to challenge myself, and secondly because I know someone out there will read this and benefit from it.

I read for pleasure, dance and sing to express my creative side, knit and sew for peace of mind, walk and bike for exercise,' journal to tap into my spiritual side and to vent my frustrations and joys, and get together with friends for fun.

Having earned and been blessed with accomplishments, unique experiences, close friends, and a loving family, I wish the same for everyone.

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Mother's day is here again. A few years ago, at this time I was inspired to write about my mother. This year, I'm choosing to write about me.

Home & Family> Motherhood l 2 years ago

We're all affected when a lay off occurs at work. These four tips were written by a lay off survivor with the hopes that they could help you as much as they did her.

Business > Careers Employment l 2 years ago

Some of us simply seem to know what to do when we separate from our partner, others experience great fear. If you fall in the latter group, you'll find these steps beneficial.

Relationships> Post Divorce l 2 years ago

Over the past year just before your separation or divorce, you have been occupied or preoccupied with children, spouse and other responsibilities. Right now, your 'occupation' should be you and a

Relationships> Post Divorce l 2 years ago

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