Again, it’s that time of year when everyone’s a new person, every relationship is going to take a new road to happiness, and there are new goals and dreams everywhere. But how many of them do actually happen? I’m sure all of us agree that only a few of the goals are actually met. So, here are some tips to get the most out of your new year’s resolution.
1- Write them down. Sometimes it isn’t enough to wish for something to happen, or even work for it for a few days, you will probably end up forgetting your goal by the end of January (if not before!). Writing them down somewhere where you’ll most probably have a look at throughout your day might be a good idea; your smart phone wall paper for example.
Having jobs is a vital piece of our lives. We, as a whole, need to ensure that our vocations take the correct sort of turns with the goals that we set for ourselves so that we can build up our professional careers quickly.
Nowadays, everyone searches for the job vacancies on the Web.
The Web has turned out to be a standout among the most favored sources to hunt down promising job opportunities.
There are sure tips which can be useful for the employment seekers.
1. The basic thing you have to do is inquire as often as possible. On the off chance that you are searching for the occupations on the web then you should be cautious on the grounds that the data on the Web change every now and again. One of the advantages of the Web is that employment applications can be posted in a few moments. Continue reading “Top 10 Tips for Job Seekers – By Shatha Akeel”→
A very common habit among youngsters is to use the line, “I am depressed!”, when they are simply sad or upset. People don’t realize the enormity of the word depression and tend to use it as a substitute to sadness.
What is depression?
Depression is a complex of psychological and physical symptoms. Low mood level or sadness is often the most prominent symptom. The common property of these symptoms is a decreased activity level in some parts of the brain.
As an ESL teacher, I deeply believe in building my students’ self-confidence, as well as helping them improve their language skills. Merely teaching a language isn’t sufficient for me. Logically, you can’t build anything without a strong foundation, and in this case a strong foundation of self-confidence and will power is needed if they want to become fluent in the English language. Continue reading “Friend or Foe – By Dalia Al Saad”→
I can see the day. The day ahead is what i picture and capture. I see shopping bags, bin bags, handbags, phones, and i see a lot of phones. The elderly, Manchester’s former frontier that now breathe the scars of what went by back when the scuttling gangs commanded the streets leaving the Coppers coy.
My city trying to battle with nature for some early spring sunshine. This annual conflict is underscored largely by the proverbial rain.
I see faces, i see a lot of faces. Each with a story worthy of their own time. I can only talk of what I am drawn to. The hurried ones, phones plastered to ears as if it were an extension of sound.
1.Don’t over stress on unforeseen events of the future. They’re unforeseen for a reason and that is to unravel them as you go. Enjoy the success and dust yourself off and become a stronger person from the downfalls.
2.Prep for your journey. And when I say prep, I mean study your options and really prep, then go on the adventure and continue to make decisions as you go.
3.Try to find the good in every bad situation you face. We all know that the good exists but most of us choose to pretend like they don’t just to pity ourselves. Well that’s okay if that phase doesn’t last for long.