For many people, one of the most stressful things to do in life is going for an interview. In the hope that I can help, here is some advice from what to wear, to what to say, gathered from my own experiences, that of my friends and family, and also different articles written by employers on what they are looking for, and what they expect … Continue reading How to ‘Kick Ass’ On The Spot! or How to Rock the Interview World…
Writing about yourself as if you are the best thing since sliced bread is hard. Continue reading How to Write a Personal Statement
Now doesn’t that sound like an easy morning to you? Happy sleeping in!
Continue reading How to Become a Morning Person: Organising your Morning in the Evening
Eat fresh fruit and vegetables, but don’t let them go off – use every morsel you can get. Freeze things before they go off. Buy the basic/value/discount items off the shelf. Don’t buy it if you won’t eat it. Don’t buy food from café’s or corner shops. Eat at home or bring a packed lunch. A sandwich will cost you 40p at home, or £4 … Continue reading How to live on the cheap
Here is the plan I have devised for myself (beta tested on brothers, mothers, and roommates) to help prepare myself for an essay. Continue reading 8 Steps to Writing a Great Essay or Report
So let’s start with dry skin, because that is something I had for the shortest time and that not many young people deal with. Dry skin = lack of water. That is the main crux of it. And as with my advice for reducing stress, sleeping well, adjusting appetite or any problem really, you should be drinking it. All the time. Water is ~80% what … Continue reading Dry Skin
I am one of those lucky/unlucky people to have had oily, combination and dry skin. No signs of wrinkles as of yet, but we would be too young to have them anyway. Well, these experiences and periods of time having these types of skin has made me just a little informative about how to treat these problems, and what may be causing them. There is … Continue reading Skin