Monthly Archives: December 2011

Unemployment

I sometimes remember how I got fired this spring and applied to Unemployment service. They made me do some Holland’s and other tests in order to define my needs for new education. In some of the tests was a question … Continue reading

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Unwanted visitors 2 – Suspects found

Police managed to find and interrogate the people I suspected as burglars of my house. See: https://pavelsmelnis.wordpress.com/2011/12/03/unwanted-visitors/ I also managed to get some of my stuff back. Most important – one of the woodcarving chisel sets and four of five … Continue reading

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How I tried to apply for EU financial support for young farmers

I tried to apply for EU support for young farmers, but I was rejected. Main reason was that counselors assume, my agricultural land 23 ha is not enough to make 14000 EUR annual income. That means I really have no … Continue reading

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Unwanted visitors

What a bad luck. My new home was visited by burglars. They’ve stolen some of my junk and good stuff, too. After I returned from Estonian Grundtvig workshop “Innovative use of Natural Building Materials” in August I decided to start … Continue reading

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