Anxiety disorder is such a common mental illness that 1 in 4 people suffer from it just in the UK alone (Bupa UK). It is important to note that anxiety disorder is a generalised term given to a large spectrum of different disorders that fall under the anxiety category; all of which I will discuss… Read More Anxiety Disorder 101
Here is my opinion on the Share button vs. the old Reblog button: the Share button sucks! End of rant.
Good question! Okay so as part of the writing tips I want to share here and there, this one came to me last month after writing, editing and proof reading two books to release. I’m not an expert, I don’t claim to be one, I would never swap my role as a writer for an editor. This is my take and advice on what I’ve learned. Let’s get into it!
To me editing comes before proof reading. This is the natural progression I follow when I write. Write, edit, edit, edit, proof read, then proof read!
What is Editing?
To me once I’ve wrote the last word, in the last chapter, on the last page, in the last paragraph I’m ready to edit. I don’t edit as I write. Why? Personally… I’ll never get any writing done. I’m a hardcore editor of my own work before I put it in…
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Are you wondering why employers are not calling you for job interviews? Well, the writing on your resume could be the problem. Maybe you’re not being detailed enough on your resume, or you’re being too detailed. You may also have typos or other errors on your resume that you’ve overlooked. The following are 10 common resume writing mistakes to avoid.
Lying: Lying about your work history, education, etc. can have serious consequences. Employers conduct background checks. And even if you are hired after lying on your resume, that doesn’t mean you’ve gotten away with it. You can get terminated once your employer figures out you weren’t truthful. So, be honest.
Spelling & Grammar Errors: Make sure you review your resume for spelling, grammar or any typos. Have your resume proofread by a couple of friends or relatives if possible.
Taking a One-Size-Fits-All Approach: Make sure that your education, skills…
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I don’t know about you, but in my opinion, hotels lack warmth! When I travel I want to be able to interact, learn a culture, be part of a history and also attach a certain emotion to a particular place! Now, I want you to read again the last phrase and realize if a hotel or a house provides that certain feeling for you?
Genova Nervi, Felt like my own neighborhood.
In 2015 I discovered this site called Airbnb, which you may have heard of!Basically, it offers different types of vacation rentals ranging from the simplest villa or apartment to a treehouse or a cave house.I…
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Today, January 31, 2018, is the Annual “Bell Let’s Talk” Day to bring awareness to Mental Health issues.
Bell Canada, a major communications company in our country started this event to bring awareness and raise money for a cause that is very dear to my heart – Mental Illness. They pay 5 cents for every time their official video (below) is viewed, tweeted, texted, or shared on Facebook. Their website contains stories, tips and encouragement to keep the conversation going.
Last year I devoted the 10 days leading up to and including the actual event day, writing my experiences and several guest posts. However, this year there just seemed to be too much going on and before I knew it time had flown by.
If you have followed my blog for anything length of time you will know two things about me.
- I am very open and honest about how…
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I would like to introduce you to the FLYING horse. Not a ‘Pegasus’ Dear Readers! A flying dressage horse. Let’s start with examining the canter. In dressage we want a clear three beat canter. In some other disciplines they do not want the horse to be airborne and are happy with a four beat canter. But in dressage it must be three beat. The fourth beat is silent because the horse is in the air. It is in that airborne moment that the horse can change leads. The lead is either the right or the left depending on which of the horse’s front legs are “leading” in the canter. When the horse is in the air that is the moment it can change leads. It is called a flying change and in dressage we want lots of flying in that change. The rider asks for the flying change one stride…
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Healthcare Facility, The Highlights
– Accredited Chest Pain and Stroke Center.
– Accredited Center for Breast Care.
– Designated Trauma Facility.
Schedule for Gastroenterologist (GI)
Qualifications for Healthcare Job Position in Longview, TX
Diagnostic Clinic is searching for a BC or BE (if coming out of training) Gastroenterologist (GI) to join a well-established practice in the Piney Woods of East Texas.
As we continue on into this new year, I am determined to get myself into better shape. I have the nutrition side of it down, but fitness and exercise are a HUGE sticking point for me. I’ll be blunt…
I HATE TO EXERCISE!
But, I know just how crucial exercise is to our overall health, so I need to find some inspiration. This past weekend, I shared a post with you about Ernestine Shephard, the world’s oldest female body builder. Today, I would like to introduce you to Charles Eugster, a 98 year old athlete, and considered the fittest pensioner on the planet. Born on July 26, 1919 in London, U.K., he was active in rowing, boxing and skiing in his youth.
But, as he grew older, he became less active. So, in his mid-60’s, he began skiing and rowing again. For 20 years, he reigned over senior…
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