What are the magic words? How they can open unopenable doors

Greetings and I’m Christian Robicheau on another gorgeous June weekend.
Somewhat rainy but still pleasant.
I hope that everyone is happy to see the lifting of Covid restrictions and
we can only hope and pray that this trend continues.
Today, I am pleased to share our president’s editorial with you and for this
week Donna J. Jodhan talks about some very important magic words.
Here’s hoping that you have a few minutes to read.
Happy weekend everyone.

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What are the magic words?
By Donna J. Jodhan

Too often we either choose to deliberately ignore the so-called magic words
or we do not even know what some of them are! For me, and after much
reflection, this is my list of some of the more important ones! These are
the ones that I constantly use to help me get by!

Thanks! This word often puts a smile of gratitude on the face of the
recipient and makes them know how much you appreciate what they have done or
said. It would probably stick in their minds and encourage them to help you
again in the future.

Please! It shows that you would like their help and would appreciate it if
given. This word would show the recipient that you value their time and
opinion.

Sorry! Shows that you are sorry for your actions and/or words and it gives
closure to a maybe uncomfortable or awkward situation or moment. It would
probably encourage the recipient to work again with you in the future and
you would also be viewed more favourably by them moving forward.

Wrong! Tells the recipient that you recognize your error and that you are
humble enough to admit it. This word goes a very long way to mending fences
and building bridges.

Of course, there are many more magic words but these are the ones that
readily come to mind for me.

Just my two cents for today.

To learn more about me as a sight loss coach visit www.donnajodhan.com

To reach me, please send an email to info@sterlingcreations.ca.

Here is a complete list of where you can view Donna’s blogs and editorials.
Donna Jodhan! Advocating accessibility for all
http://www.donnajodhan.blogspot.com
Weekly features on how to increase your success with your business ventures
http://www.sterlingcreations.com/businessdesk.htm
Weekly articles and editorials on issues about accessibility
http://www.sterlingcreations.ca/blog

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Futures stolen and snuffed out

Hello there and another gorgeous June weekend is definitely in store for us.
Wherever you are; happy weekend to you.
Today, it is with much sadness that our president’s editorial is being
shared with you.
You’ll see when Donna J. Jodhan has her say on something that can only be
described as a shameful shame! Shame on you Canada! Shame on you Catholic
Church! Shame on all those who dared to snuff out the future of innocent
children!
I’m Scott Savoy.

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Futures stolen and snuffed out
By Donna J. Jodhan

It is bad enough whenever we steal the future of anyone, especially so those
of our innocent kids! But whenever the futures of kids are deliberately
snuffed out? There are absolutely no words to describe this horror!

President John F. Kennedy once said “an error is not a mistake until you
refuse to correct it” and my humble and respectful opinion is that once
more; our system has failed us all! Especially those 215 kids whose remains
were recently found out in British Columbia! How many more burial grounds
are we going to discover?

I can only say that shame on you Canada! Shame on you Catholic Church!
Shame on you residential schools! Why was this ever allowed to take place?
Everyone named above is equally responsible and there is no trying to play
the blame game!

Indeed; bless the beasts and the children! For in this world they have no
voice! They have no choice! They are at the mercy of us adults and we have
all let them down!

All of their dreams have been squashed and snuffed out! They never had a
chance to play with toys! To meet and greet their little friends! To enjoy
those happy days of growing up and hoping for a date, going on a date,
dancing the night away, and dreaming of becoming whatever they were dreaming
of! Just simply looking to graduating on a sunny spring day!

Parents never had a chance to hold their precious ones close and to tell
them how much they loved them. They never had a chance to hear their
precious kids laugh and cry. To see them smile and play! to run with them
in the park and along the beach!

Heck! They never knew what happened to them. Instead? The cowardly
bastards told them that their kids had simply run away and classmates had no
choice but to believe these lies!

On your knees now Canada and beg God to forgive you! Get down on the ground
now face down Catholic Church and plead with God to have mercy on you! On
your all fours now residential schools and beg God to cleanse your souls of
these horrible deeds! For I am afraid that only God can help you now!

Just my two cents for today.

To learn more about me as a sight loss coach visit www.donnajodhan.com

To reach me, please send an email to info@sterlingcreations.ca.

Here is a complete list of where you can view Donna’s blogs and editorials.
Donna Jodhan! Advocating accessibility for all
http://www.donnajodhan.blogspot.com
Weekly features on how to increase your success with your business ventures
http://www.sterlingcreations.com/businessdesk.htm
Weekly articles and editorials on issues about accessibility
http://www.sterlingcreations.ca/blog

Now you can enjoy Donna’s detective DJ crime crushers Series by visiting
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The burned out dilemma

Welcome to June and I guess that these weeks and months are simply slipping
by.
Another pleasant weekend and for today I am pleased to share our president’s
editorial with you.
For this week; Donna J. Jodhan zooms in on the burned out dilemma.
Here’s wishing you a great first weekend of June!
I’m Christian Robicheau

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The burnt out dilemma
By Donna J. Jodhan

We are living in a world where the burned out dilemma is becoming more and
more of a reality rather than an occasional circumstance. We are living in
a world where the effort to keep up and even stay ahead is becoming more and
more difficult and as a result we are becoming more frantic because we
simply cannot cope. Enter the burned out dilemma or the burned out
syndrome; how ever you wish to label it.

Unfortunately, there is not very much that we can do about this and why?
Because there are too many variables beyond our control in order for us to
even try and deal with it let alone to make any sort of affective effort to
control it.

The world continues to evolve and spin out of control in so many ways or on
so many platforms or in so many arenas. We are not just dealing with such
things as technological evolution; but we also need to face and find ways to
deal with cold hard facts such as:
Climate change, a greater need to provide health care and an increase in
homelessness, a rapid growth in overall bullying, suffering due to famine
and wars, and the continuous assault on the future of our kids.

This is probably just the tip of the iceberg so to speak and with this
picture in front of us; it is no wonder the levels of commitment and the
ability to pay attention and listen with both ears are all suffering and
this is probably due to the burned out dilemma becoming more of a challenge
to deal with.

When we become burned out; both mental and physical capacities suffer a
major body blow and as a result we need to take time to repair ourselves Not
only are we affected but those around us as well. Many of us are aware of
this very grim picture but alas! There are too many of us who are still
either unaware or in the dark or who are refusing to admit it.

So what to do? I am hoping that we could start some sort of discussion on
this and see where we go.

Just my two cents for today.

To learn more about me as a sight loss coach visit www.donnajodhan.com

To reach me, please send an email to info@sterlingcreations.ca.

Here is a complete list of where you can view Donna’s blogs and editorials.
Donna Jodhan! Advocating accessibility for all
http://www.donnajodhan.blogspot.com
Weekly features on how to increase your success with your business ventures
http://www.sterlingcreations.com/businessdesk.htm
Weekly articles and editorials on issues about accessibility
http://www.sterlingcreations.ca/blog

Now you can enjoy Donna’s detective DJ crime crushers Series by visiting
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Talking the walk and walking the walk

My goodness and I cannot believe that it is the final weekend of May and a
Memorial Day holiday weekend for our neighbours to the South.
We wish you a pleasant weekend.
For this week I am pleased to share our president’s editorial with you and
today Donna J. Jodhan focuses her attention on walking the walk; let’s do
less of talking the walk!
Happy Memorial Day weekend from all of us!
I’m Scott Savoy

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Talking the walk and walking the walk
By Donna J. Jodhan

I humbly submit that too often we have folks who talk the walk but somehow
they get lost along the way when it comes to walking the walk. So what do I
mean today?

Simple! We seem to have too many folks who love to preach but often fail to
practise what they preach. For me; this is one of my most passionate
principles! I always do the best that I can to walk the walk! To practise
what I preach! For if I cannot or do not; I would be a hypocrite and a
dismal failing example to the kids of the future.

What good would it be for me if I were to keep telling our future leaders
that they need to respect themselves and their knowledge and expertise?
That they need to demand appropriate compensation for the services that they
render? That they must focus on such things as demanding nothing less than
equal pay for their knowledge and expertise? That they must demand the same
treatment that sighted and mainstream folks receive? Most important; that
they must stop giving away their daily living for nothing!

Finally and finally I have found a way to live with my conscience. A few
weeks ago I walked away from a certain Federal Government department’s
advisory group. This after I had voluntarily given away too many years of
my daily living. I finally did it! I finally pulled up the boots by the
strap and took that huge step to walk the walk!

I cannot tell you how good this felt! Total relief! I finally did it for
the kids of the future and now I can smile as I set about to leave some sort
of a legacy for them!

Just my two cents for today.

To learn more about me as a sight loss coach visit www.donnajodhan.com

To reach me, please send an email to info@sterlingcreations.ca.

Here is a complete list of where you can view Donna’s blogs and editorials.
Donna Jodhan! Advocating accessibility for all
http://www.donnajodhan.blogspot.com
Weekly features on how to increase your success with your business ventures
http://www.sterlingcreations.com/businessdesk.htm
Weekly articles and editorials on issues about accessibility
http://www.sterlingcreations.ca/blog

Now you can enjoy Donna’s detective DJ crime crushers Series by visiting
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They are watching and waiting

And as May zooms along blessing us with wonderful weekends, we continue to
creep away from this horrible Covid choke hold! Let’s be patient and all
will be good.
Today, I am pleased to share our president’s weekly editorial with you and
for this week Donna J. Jodhan talks about our kids watching and waiting!
A great thought provoking editorial for you to read and support.
I’m Christian Robicheau sending you lots of pleasant times for this Victoria
Day holiday weekend.

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They are watching and waiting

They are everywhere and they are depending on us all the way! They need us
just as much as we need them! They are following every move that we make,
every word that we utter, and every action that we take! Who are they?

They are our kids! Innocent, vulnerable, and simply yearning for us to
teach them and show them right from wrong!

Each time we say something, they are listening to us attentively! Each time
we do anything, they are watching us with wrapped attention! Each time we
fail to correct an error or repeat a faux pas continually, they are taking
note and storing it in their minds for future reference!

We need to take better responsibility for our kids for after all! We
brought them into this world without their consent! They came without any
hesitation! They never asked any questions! All they wanted was for us to
love them, cherish them, and to take care of them and to protect them!

At the end of the day; not very much for them to ask for!
Time for us to keep up our end of the bargain!
And in the words of the late Whitney Huston in one of her songs:
“I believe in the kids of the future! Teach them well and let them know the
way!”

Just my two cents for today.

To learn more about me as a sight loss coach visit www.donnajodhan.com

To reach me, please send an email to info@sterlingcreations.ca.

Here is a complete list of where you can view Donna’s blogs and editorials.
Donna Jodhan! Advocating accessibility for all
http://www.donnajodhan.blogspot.com
Weekly features on how to increase your success with your business ventures
http://www.sterlingcreations.com/businessdesk.htm
Weekly articles and editorials on issues about accessibility
http://www.sterlingcreations.ca/blog

Now you can enjoy Donna’s detective DJ crime crushers Series by visiting
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Communicating and educating

Happy weekend everyone and we at Sterling Creations hope that everyone is
enjoying another lovely May weekend.
Today, I am pleased to share our president’s weekly editorial with you and
for today Donna J. Jodhan talks about the importance of communicating and
learning.
I’m Scott Savoy.

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Communicating and educating
By Donna J. Jodhan

As the world continues to battle for its collective life against the Covid
choke hold; it can be agreed that for persons with disabilities the fight is
even more acute and the need to communicate and educate is even more so
important these days.

We are living in an era where the importance of being able to decipher
authentic information has become a daily concern and communicating said type
of information and being able to use said type of information to ensure that
one stays on track is simply a must.

For Canadians with disabilities; we need to be able to communicate with all
levels of government. We need to have a two way communication and
collaboration whereby they will provide us with reliable information but
most of all on a timely basis and that the information shared will reflect
transparency and accountability.

The communication of information can be easily used to educate Canadians
with disabilities in so many ways. There can be enormous benefits to
fostering an environment of communicating and educating and I can only put
out a call for all levels of government to consider this.

Let’s think of it like this! When we communicate we also educate and
education is always used to help someone to learn, understand, and to make
informed decisions.

I will go one step further by submitting that communicating and educating
should not be driven by the present Covid situation. In fact, the
challenges of Covid should be used as a lesson to everyone. To all levels
of government to confirm and emphasize the importance of communicating and
educating and to Canadians with disabilities to demand that all levels of
government engage more fully in communicating and educating.

Just my two cents for today.

To learn more about me as a sight loss coach visit www.donnajodhan.com

To reach me, please send an email to info@sterlingcreations.ca.

Here is a complete list of where you can view Donna’s blogs and editorials.
Donna Jodhan! Advocating accessibility for all
http://www.donnajodhan.blogspot.com
Weekly features on how to increase your success with your business ventures
http://www.sterlingcreations.com/businessdesk.htm
Weekly articles and editorials on issues about accessibility
http://www.sterlingcreations.ca/blog

Now you can enjoy Donna’s detective DJ crime crushers Series by visiting
http://www.donnajodhan.com

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What happens when Greedy developers deliberately ruin neighbourhoods

Happy Mom’s day to all the moms I know and love and to my own mom!
Another beautiful May weekend is in store for us but today our president’s
editorial expresses her sadness and frustration with those greedy developers
who continue to ruin friendly and welcoming strip plazas.
This is Donna J. Jodhan’s sentiments for this weekend and we encourage you
to support her call to stop those unscrupulous developers and to plead with
Toronto Council to walk the walk!
I’m Christian Robicheau.

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What happens when Greedy developers deliberately ruin neighbourhoods
By Donna J. Jodhan

There are always two sides and maybe even more to every picture. Developers
would often say that they are not ruining neighbourhoods. Instead, they are
ensuring that living standards are being looked after for the betterment of
the neighbourhood. That they are providing alternatives for the community
to take advantage of.

What they almost always fail to admit is that they are also looking after
their own welfare; they are stuffing their pockets while at the same time
they are depriving the vulnerable of ways and means to live independently.
No one is going to argue that in order to live we need to garner income and
there is absolutely nothing wrong with this.

However, when you have selfish and greedy and unscrupulous developers who
literally ruin the independence of the vulnerable; seniors and persons with
disabilities who depend heavily on those homely and welcoming strip plazas
to shop for necessities, this is where I personally draw the line.

This is exactly what is happening right before our eyes at the corner of
Finch and Pharmacy avenues in Scarborough Ontario and thus far the Municipal
Council has not lifted a finger to save the vulnerable.

First the greedy grabbers managed to gain permission to construct a town
house complex at the corner of 3050 Pharmacy avenue. Then if this was not
enough they are now going after the construction of another town house
complex at 3079 Pharmacy avenue. Of course, these money grabbers are going
to say that this latest proposed construction is going to enrich the
neighbourhood and raise the value of property. Maybe so but at what cost?

By ripping down the strip mall at 3079 Pharmacy avenue and replacing it with
their version of enriching the neighbourhood, they are affectively changing
the lives of those seniors, persons with disabilities, and others who have
depended on this neighbourhood jewel for so many years. Not in a positive
way but in a very negative way.

When all is said and done, these greedy developers would have filled their
deep pockets with blood money and those mentioned above would have lost an
important part of their daily lives.

For no longer will they be able to visit the AginCourt Bakery to buy their
pastries, bread, and purchase those yummy Italian meals. No longer will
they be able to shop at the Dan Forth supermarket to buy their West Indian
produce and products. No longer will they be able to pick up their
prescriptions and necessary pharmaceuticals from the friendly Royal Crest
Pharmacy. No longer will they be able to pick up last minute errands at the
corner grocery, to take their laundry to the cleaners, visit the family
doctor, or to get their hair cut.

In one fell swoop, greedy developers have managed to snuff all of these
daily necessities away from the vulnerable and have left a neighbourhood
with the majority of citizens now having to depend on their friends and
family to drive them to other outlets to fulfill their daily needs.

Once more, Greedy developers have been allowed to ruin a bit more of
greenery and green space and to ruin the livelihoods of hard working small
businesses. Once again Toronto Council has failed miserably to protect the
quality of life of the vulnerable and the livelihoods of small business.

Shame on you Toronto Council! You are only prepared to talk the walk but
not walk the walk! Shame on you unscrupulous developers! All you care
about is filling your pretty pockets and nothing more!

Just my two cents for today.

To learn more about me as a sight loss coach visit www.donnajodhan.com

To reach me, please send an email to info@sterlingcreations.ca.

Here is a complete list of where you can view Donna’s blogs and editorials.
Donna Jodhan! Advocating accessibility for all
http://www.donnajodhan.blogspot.com
Weekly features on how to increase your success with your business ventures
http://www.sterlingcreations.com/businessdesk.htm
Weekly articles and editorials on issues about accessibility
http://www.sterlingcreations.ca/blog

Now you can enjoy Donna’s detective DJ crime crushers Series by visiting
http://www.donnajodhan.com

You can follow me on twitter @accessibleworld
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No huge suprise

And welcome to the merry month of May! It is a gorgeous weekend shaping up and we hope that everyone has something  special planned despite all of the continued restrictions. 

Today, I am pleased to share our president's weekly editorial with you and for this week, Donna J. Jodhan focuses her attention on some troubling and continued chronic concerns.

I'm Scott Savoy wishing you a great May 1st weekend.

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No huge surprise

No; not very surprised as several persons had warned me many months ago that this would be happening and what kind of surprise am I referring to today?

Well, it's all about Federal entities, companies, and governmental departments all now scrambling to form advisory committees made up of persons with disabilities. The committees are supposed to be advising the above on issues pertaining to issues on accessibility and disability and this frantic trend is taking place because of the requirements of the Accessible Canada Act's requirements.

On the one hand I should be smiling from ear to ear and jumping up and down but not just quite and why? Simple! 98% of the requests coming into me personally and to Barrier free Canada - Canada sans barrières of which I am the president are missing a very important ingredient!

Yes; and this crucial ingredient is that these entities, organizations, and Government departments are all asking for voluntary participation with no remuneration in return for our very special knowledge and expertise! Alas! What can I say? I can only shake my head with tremendous sadness, disappointment and embarrassment.

This shameful trend continues with not much hope of any sort of reversal unless our Federal Government decides to step in and do something about it! There is a very famous Chinese proverb that goes something like this: "Good things no cheap and cheap things no good!"

So if we were to take this saying verbatim it would mean that our very specialized knowledge and expertise are all no good because no one wants to pay for it!

I have made myself a promise and I'll promise the kids of the future that whenever I can I will speak out on this embarrassing circumstance. Those who can definitely afford to pay us continue to take advantage of us by requesting that we provide our services for no remuneration.

These entities can all afford but shame on them! Several prominent government departments, transportation companies, and the beat goes on! There is even a high tech company that is guilty of this crime!

Just my two cents for today.

To learn more about me as a sight loss coach visit www.donnajodhan.com

To reach me, please send an email to info@sterlingcreations.ca.

Here is a complete list of where you can view Donna's blogs and editorials. Donna Jodhan!
Advocating accessibility for all http://www.donnajodhan.blogspot.com Weekly features on how to increase your success with your business ventures http://www.sterlingcreations.com/businessdesk.htm
Weekly articles and editorials on issues about accessibility http://www.sterlingcreations.ca/blog
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Life long lessons from a Prince – thank you Prince Phillip

Greetings everyone and I’m Christian Robicheau happy to be with you for
today.
We hope that everyone is enjoying this beautiful spring weather.
Today, I am pleased to share our president’s editorial with you and for this
week Donna J. Jodhan takes a look back at the life and lessons of the late
Prince Philip who died on April 02.
May he rest in Peace!

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Life long lessons from a Prince
By Donna J. Jodhan

There are several of what I call the younger generation who have probably
either never heard of the late Prince Philip or may have simply not taken
the time to know about him. Who he was, what he did, and how he did it.

There are several who have probably never heard of him simply because where
they live. Nevertheless, I’m going to humbly and respectfully share my
thoughts.

By the time I was able to think and listen to happenings around me, the Late
Prince Philip was long into his contribution to our history and what I have
taken away over the years from following is this!

Prince Philip has left us a sizable book of life long lessons. From the
pages of his book we can learn all about commitment where he gave over 70
years of his life to be the dutiful and faithful Consort to Queen Elizabeth
II.
He taught us how to accept his obligations with dignity and alacrity.
He was extremely dedicated to the Military serving during World War II and
never flinched from his tasks.
He uniquely managed to weave his own brand of so-called humour and his own
way of reaction into Royal events.

Most importantly, he will always be remembered for having established the
worldwide Duke of Edinburgh award program for the youth. This initiative
helped and recognized millions of Youth around the Commonwealth.

Prince Philip was a strong, handsome and constant rock of support to Her
Majesty; always there for her and just two steps behind her. Over 70 years
of marriage was never to be sneezed at when it came to longevity of
marriage. The Prince gave up his Naval career in return for the love of
his life!

What we should remember about this remarkable man is that he managed to
excel in all of his roles; as Consort, as husband, father, grandfather, head
of his family behind the scenes, and more.

What are the life long lessons for us all to learn from the late Prince?
Dedication, commitment, sacrifice, selflessness, and an undying duty to
country, wife, family, and so much more.

Rest in Peace Prince Philip!
Just my two cents for today!

To learn more about me as a sight loss coach visit www.donnajodhan.com

To reach me, please send an email to info@sterlingcreations.ca.

Here is a complete list of where you can view Donna’s blogs and editorials.
Donna Jodhan! Advocating accessibility for all
http://www.donnajodhan.blogspot.com
Weekly features on how to increase your success with your business ventures
http://www.sterlingcreations.com/businessdesk.htm
Weekly articles and editorials on issues about accessibility
http://www.sterlingcreations.ca/blog

Now you can enjoy Donna’s detective DJ crime crushers Series by visiting
http://www.donnajodhan.com

You can follow me on twitter @accessibleworld
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Think before you tweet and pause before you post

Hi there everyone and hope that wherever you are; you are enjoying a typical
spring weekend.
Today, I am pleased to share our president’s weekly editorial with you and
for this week Donna J. Jodhan provides us with 2 important strategies to
help us stay on track and stay out of trouble!
Please read on!
I’m Scott Savoy wishing you a safe and super weekend.

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Think before you tweet and pause before you post
By Donna J. Jodhan

We are living in a world that has become so filled with tweets and posts.
All well and good but sometimes we find ourselves in a bit of hot water
whenever we do not take time to think before tweeting and do not pause long
enough before posting.

These are the times when we find ourselves probably regretting what we have
tweeted and posted. These are the times when someone reads your tweet or
your post and voila! You find that your words have either been taken out of
context or that someone has mischaracterized your persona.

In short; you find yourself at the wrong end of the stick so to speak and
your words cannot be erased and even if you remove the tweet or post it
comes a bit too late. They have been read and digested by friends, family,
enemies, and those you don’t even know.

In short and remembering the wise saying of my parents; look before you leap
or think before you speak. Or stop before you decide to take the next step.
Just my two cents for today.

To learn more about me as a sight loss coach visit www.donnajodhan.com

To reach me, please send an email to info@sterlingcreations.ca.

Here is a complete list of where you can view Donna’s blogs and editorials.
Donna Jodhan! Advocating accessibility for all
http://www.donnajodhan.blogspot.com
Weekly features on how to increase your success with your business ventures
http://www.sterlingcreations.com/businessdesk.htm
Weekly articles and editorials on issues about accessibility
http://www.sterlingcreations.ca/blog

Now you can enjoy Donna’s detective DJ crime crushers Series by visiting
http://www.donnajodhan.com

You can follow me on twitter @accessibleworld
and chat with me on Skype at habsfan0526.
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