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Business & Money
by kbuzz
7 years ago
New Beginnings After Losing a Job

Take exact steps when a loss of a job is experienced. Those steps make all the difference in a successful job hunt. Learn from compare and contrast examples of people who have been through the trauma of a lost job.

Business & Money
by kbuzz
7 years ago
Five Stay at Home Mom Jobs

Stay at home moms and dads often search for jobs to provide additional income to the family. Searching for those jobs can be stressful. Offered are five possibilities.

Business & Money
by kbuzz
6 years ago
Beginner's Guide to Finding a Job After Teaching

Teacher sometimes search for a job outside of teaching. Suggestions are given for three distinct possibilities on that endeavor.

Lifestyle
by kbuzz
8 years ago
Get a Job in the Textbook Publishing Industry

Have you ever wondered how to get a job with a textbook publisher? The industry is a fascinating and with limited types of positions in field sales and consulting. Typically teachers apply for the positions, but that is not necessarily a prerequisite for landing the position. Find out the best way to get a textbook company job.

Lifestyle
by kbuzz
8 years ago
How to Get Promoted

Explore seven ways to get promoted in your current company. Seven no-nonsense suggestions will improve your chances of landing that job that you desire.

History
by kbuzz
8 years ago
Prince William Earns His Pay

People worldwide showed fascination with the recent royal wedding. Given the sometimes rocky past between the United States and Great Britain, the interest that is shown by citizens of the United States makes for interesting food for thought about our attraction to events involving the royal family. What is old can sometimes be new. The thought process on that over-the-top interest was a subject of writings by Bruce Barton back in the early twentieth century!

Lifestyle
by kbuzz
7 years ago
Labor Day Party

Labor Day, the first Monday in September, marks the end of summer, the beginning of fall, football season, and the beginning of a new school year. Do not forget that it also provides the perfect theme for a party!

Technology
by kbuzz
8 years ago
Forget Having to Remember Passwords

Technology is coming at the consumer at a fast clip. Shopping and work tasks are all done online. A problem presented is the need to remember so many passwords, website addresses,and logins. Roboform solves that problem. The software is inexpensive and indispensable to business and home computer users alike.

Health
by kbuzz
7 years ago
Dry Shampoo What Why When

Dry shampoos are those which work without water. The shampoos are intended to absorb excess sebum or oil from the hair. Brushing the hair then removes the product and oil. Those with dark hair may prefer to use powders darker in color. Typically the powders are made of ingredients such as talc, starch, or silica. Aerosol cans as well as shaker containers serve as dispensers for the product.

Technology
by kbuzz
7 years ago
Robotic Vacuum and My Love of Herman

When robotic vacuum cleaners first came out, thoughts of the old cartoon, "the Jettsons" and their space age ways. Then, I saw the advertisement and purchased one of the little marvels. What a great investment for several reasons!

Business & Money
by kbuzz
7 years ago
Evernote One Fabulous Notetaking System

Today's information age makes keeping up with information a challenge. The Evernote software is just what the elephant ordered for remembering it all!

Sports
by kbuzz
7 years ago
A Case Study in Becoming a SCUBA Diver

Read about the couch potato who turned into a scuba diver. Find inspiration and knowledge on how take up SCUBA diving as a sport. Learn indeed from the couch potato.

Business & Money
by kbuzz
8 years ago
PT Barnum and The Art of Money Getting Applied Today

P.T. Barnum wrote The Art of Money Getting back in the 1880s. The thoughts provided therein make good business sense even today.

Lifestyle
by kbuzz
8 years ago
Investing An Hour a Day for a Year

"Only an hour a day!" What does that mean? Consider it. Devoting an hour a day to something of choice may have more value and potential than one would think. In a year, it translates to three hundred and sixty-five hours.

Home & Garden
by kbuzz
7 years ago
Trash to Treasure Furniture Refurbishing

Consider turning trash to treasure as the ultimate furniture refurbishment project.  The gratification in a job well done in turning trash to treasure provides a rush like no other.  Furniture refinishing and refurbishing loom big on the landscape today as people search for good deals and unique furnishings to represent their space.

Health
by kbuzz
8 years ago
The Five Best Gifts to Give Your Child

Parents spend hours searching for the best gifts for their children for e special occasioms. Consider the intangible gifts as the best choices to be given year round.

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