Monday, December 9, 2013
December 9, 2013
"Story has a fever" read the text sent to me from my daughter. Story is the name of our cat and he was burning up as per my kid. A trip to the vet confirmed that yes this cat had a fever of 105 degrees, the normal temperature for a cat is 100 a 101, a fact I'd probably not know otherwise. We took our warm cat home with his antibiotics and began to nurse him back to health and it took some time. My daughters respond was "now I know how you must feel when you need to take me to a sick visit at the doctor."
Make ahead mashed potatoes are on the top of my list of Thanksgiving "musts" anything make ahead is helpful, encouraged and what I consider good holiday prep. A new strategy I'm taking in this year is to make a list of my essentials household supplies like paper towels, toilet paper, dishwasher detergent, kitty litter, Saran wrap etc. I'll take inventory of what I do have, search for coupons for what I need, then I'll make a shopping trip to purchase two of all these essentials. This way I'll avoid needing to run to the store for one item like dryer sheets.running to the sore forgone item usually leads to a few extra items which equals a few extra dollars and there goes the budget.
She needs a job
Here are four suggestions from Redbook on ways to stand out at a job fair:
Find a job fair in your area in the newspapers and sites like www.Careerbuilder.com and www.Monster.com. Make sure your area of skill will be covered.
Do research ahead of time on the companies that will be at the fair, especially the companies you'd like to work for.
Be prepared: bring your resume, business cards, be dressed for an interview, and arrive early.
Make an impression with smart conversation, showing knowledge of the company along with a smart summary of self.
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