Posts By Lee-Anne Peluk

I would’ve eaten glass to get this job

Moving to the bureaucracy from the world of NGOs, for me, meant serious growing pains. I really, really wanted a job in the public service. I would have eaten glass in sharp, jagged pieces to make my casual position a permanent job — if my manager would’ve asked. I did whatever I was told, evenRead… Read more »

The Buddha and the Bureaucrat

When I read that employees at Justice Canada were going to have access to training in mindfulness, you could probably hear my “woot woot” on the floors above and below. Why? Mindfulness has changed my life.It’s made me happier at home and more productive at work.It has decreased my stress and anxiety by, like, aRead… Read more »