You found a dream job online, you apply for the job, the company likes your application and calls you in for an interview, all is going well and you are pretty impressed with the way you are handling yourself, then the interviewer throws you the dreaded “ do you have any questions you would like to ask me” question and suddenly all is uncomfortably silent whilst thoughts go through your head ‘ask something smart ask something smart’ and out of your mouth comes “ ummm are there any good places to eat nearby?” Although it is great knowledge to know what premises nearby suit your dietary requirements there are more pressing questions you should ask.
Odd jobs serve many purposes. Whether you are trying to fill a financial short fall, produce income whilst having time for the kids, saving money for a holiday/rainy day or paying for study fees, little ways to earn extra cash exist all around us.
With the exception of the few people who spend their entire lives in the same home, almost everyone eventually needs a removalist. For those whose moment of need has yet to pass, here's a refresher: removalists transport your furniture and other belongings to your new home. A removalist is as indispensable to moving a home as a carpenter is to building it.
The removalist drives away, leaving you alone with bland furniture and little decor. You meander through the empty halls of your new home, the walls echoing with each step. To others, your home is a dusty, old shack that needs a kitchen renovation, but to you, it is a venue of inspiration.
When you notice that patch of mould in the ceiling merging into the cracks on the wall of your outdated kitchen, you know it is time to renovate. Where do you start? A project checklist is the best way to effectively carry out and start planning your redevelopment. Using the 5 W’s, here is a guide on how to use a checklist for home renovations.
A career isn’t just a way to get cash — it’s the way you define yourself, the place you spend most of your days, and your method for making a mark on the world. That means choosing a career might be one of the most anxiety-inducing commitments you’ll ever face, right up there with marriage and mortgages. However, you can lighten the stress with a little self-evaluation. These five questions will put you on your way towards finding a career that will satisfy and motivate you for years to come.