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Jim Szulc

Jim Szulc

Lab tech. Writer in my off time at Houghton International
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  • I approach most aspects of my life as some kind of work. There is the “job”, the four-days-a-week, 10 hours a day, truly mundane thing I do to pay my bills. After that, I get a lot done around the house, babysit a couple of great nieces, bowl in a couple of leagues, read and work on puzzles to try and

    I approach most aspects of my life as some kind of work. There is the “job”, the four-days-a-week, 10 hours a day, truly mundane thing I do to pay my bills. After that, I get a lot done around the house, babysit a couple of great nieces, bowl in a couple of leagues, read and work on puzzles to try and keep my mind sharp, and write poems, plays, and screenplays in my spare time. The majority of the “work” I enjoy doing is done free of charge, but I do it because I love what I do, I enjoy being busy, and there is a great satisfaction at the end of the day that it was time well spent. When you give the best of yourself every day, you make the most of the gift of today.