Today was a hectic day.
First, we started off with the penalty hearing of the below job. Normally I don’t disclose the cases that I work on for privacy reasons but this is a public record and the main premise was even published in the Continue reading
One of the coolest things about being a stenographer is that every day is different and you might get to work out of new locations! Today, I worked in this office which was all about land surveying. All around the room, there were lots of artifacts and old maps as decor (historical compasses and telescopes). I felt like I was in a mini museum lol. Continue reading
On Friday, I had an examination at the office. For the first time, I was reporting in one of their biggest rooms that they had even though the number of scheduled number of people was slated to be 4 to 5. Four people showed up in the end. It was probably because it was the Friday before the long weekend and since there weren’t many jobs that day, they decided to put them in the big room Continue reading
View from the 14th floor of the Financial Services Tribunal
Lately, I’ve taken the approach of preferring to work on my transcripts rather than blogging whereas in the past it’s always been blog posts before anything else to the point of staying up late until midnight or beyond to publish a post once per day. As some of you might have noticed — and as I know it myself — I’ve been lacking in the department of daily posts lately. It’s not that I’m uninspired — I already have a growing list of new backlogged posts already waiting for me to write and publish. Continue reading
No new blog post tonight again even though I really wanted to publish one and get another backlog post out of the way. I’ve had less than 5 hours of sleep each night this long weekend to do transcripts…. no time to blog unfortunately. It should be better tomorrow. Catch you all then :0).
No new blog post about food adventures or travel today because I’m buried beneath a mountain of transcripts. Continue reading
CSRAO Convention 2016
This year’s CSRAO Convention was held at the Oakham House at Ryerson University at 55 Gould Street in Toronto. CSRAO (Chartered Shorthand Reporters’ Association of Ontario) is the second oldest association of professional stenographic reporters in North America and governs the standards and development of working shorthand reporters in the province of Ontario. I had been to the CSRAO Convention in previous years but this was my first time attending again in a while.
This was the pretty view out the window that greeted me this morning as I went in for a job downtown:
Glimpse of the Toronto City Hall from this angle
Upside down buildings :).