In college one of the courses, I had to take was statistics. It was interesting to find out that we use statistics in our daily life, as well as our business life. I thoroughly enjoyed this class because it gave me valuable information to use in real-life and daily life. Photo by JESHOOTS.com on Pexels.com … Continue reading What Are The Concepts of Statistics
Although this article is good, I would have to say that these are questions that many companies ask potential employee's that would want to work for their company. Of course, I am interested in the company or I would not have accepted the interview. So in answer to the three main questions: Do you have … Continue reading Do You Have What it Takes To Be a Part of Our Team?
You are very right! I have enjoyed reading this post and look forward to reading more of your amazing articles.
We live in a great time where we don’t have to go to a room to be a student. We are the generation raised by the Internet, its up to us how we use it. I recently started looking on youtube key words, “start up business” or “photography lighting” to learn from professionals. I want to use the knowledge given freely to learn more about the skills I want to develop. I’ve probably watched every Steve Jobs interview out there.
Creative live.com is one great resources I discovered years ago. If you catch a live showing, the classes are free. They have workshops with professionals on all kinds of subjects. A course I’ve bought was from celebrity wedding photographer, Joe Buissink. Hearing how he developed his business and his photography style has been so helpful to me. There is no excuses when it comes to learning something new. I encourage you to…
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One of the main reasons that I went to college was to further my career. When I was younger I did not like school because of several different reasons. However, when I completed my Associates degree in Business Management things changed. I understood that for you to get a better job you needed not only … Continue reading The Many Reasons Why I Went to College
Happy First Day of Spring! LOVE this photo of actual tulip fields in Holland.
Closet cleaning commence!!!
Donating to charities is always a great idea for unwanted clothing. But what about the big ticket items that are unloved by you, but could totally rock someone else’s world?
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reversecommuter arranged for therealreal.com‘s “white glove service” – have atleast 10 pieces that meet the criteria of the realreal.com’s designer list, and a phenomenal fashion force comes right to your home to take your goodies, tag & review them, and then put them up on the website for sale. reversecommuter’s pile included shoes from Gucci & Jimmy Choo, clothing from DVF, Balenciaga, Fendi, Marni, Burberry and a few others too. Guess what – you can earn up to 70% of the selling price!
Clear out the clutter, be environmentally friendly, receive $…
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Today’s prompt is courtesy of Writer’s Digest:
It’s your 18th birthday and, upon it, you parents deliver some pretty shocking news: You’re not really human. They admit that they’ve been covering up the fact that you are actually a (fill in the blank). After hearing the news you still decide to go to school, but this school day is different than all your school days past, especially when it’s revealed to others what you truly are. Write this scene
I’m kind of in love with this one and will absolutely post a response to it…
I loved this type of music. It is music that you can understand and enjoy at the same time. Thanks for sharing……:)
My mom listened to all kinds of music while I was growing up. My dad liked the Ventures. So I think that says it all. Mama loved mambo. Papa loved the Ventures.
Sounds interesting to read....Thanks for sharing your thoughts.
Awesome Pictures LeAnn......Keep up the excellent work....
Croatia has more than seven thousand significant architectural objects of historic beauty, romantic intrigue, pride… and among them are about one thousand castles and palaces.
So Croatia has an impressive number of fortifications: almost every city on the coast and many on the mainland boast city walls or a fort or two. Over the centuries, Croatia’s lords and noble families were also busy building castles and palaces.
The distinction between these various structures is sometimes a little blurred, but generally, castles provided both protection and housing for a specific lord or noble family, while forts were not generally private residences, and palaces were not fortified.
Of Croatia’s castles, many are now in disrepair, but several have been well preserved or recently restored (like the Eltz Palace in Vukovar devastated by the Serb aggression in 1990’s) and have opened their doors to the public as museums or venues for events such…
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