How Many Hours a Week Do You Write?

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When I had a regular job in an office the standard workweek for me was 5 days a week and 8 hours each day. I didn’t punch a time clock. We arrived at 8:30 am and left at 4:30 pm. That was just how we did things. At the time no breaks were figured in nor was there a lunch hour or half-hour. We just ate at our desks and continued to work while we ate. That did not change the 25 years I spent at the job.

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I have been a spiritual channel since 1993. I love to write and hope you enjoy what I write about. My website is TalkingToSpirit.com

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Pauline Evanosky

Pauline Evanosky

I have been a spiritual channel since 1993. I love to write and hope you enjoy what I write about. My website is TalkingToSpirit.com

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