One of my biggest bug-bears is the lack of information given to young people about their options. As a matter of fact I have a bit of an issue about the amount of time jobs, applications and careers actually gets within the curriculum.
I discovered how nice it was and how clean it felt to use oils to cleanse with, I now look forward to an evening of oil and hot flannels, the feeling of clean but not tight skin.
I don't remember things being so crammed. I don't remember not being able to hear myself think. I'm currrently tucked in a coffee shop about five minutes from where I need to be, the classical music providing a much needed soothing atmosphere.
I'm being plied with diet cola, which with a bladder like mine (one that has been hammered by carrying three extra large kids) is a big mistake - I sneeze and the place will need a bulge pump to save it.
Like the review on Tidal, a bottom of the jar blog I believe is only fair - my problem? Since November I'm only half way through. And yes I use it it daily!!
Such a bad parent but they love me for it! American style pancakes with maple syrup and bacon.
So this week we have celebrated our 19th wedding anniversary and marked the occasion by going out to dinner for the first time in 8 years.
Kebab! Well I say kebab, no kebab skewer in sight (mainly as I have been known to be dangerous around sharp implements), just my take on what I would (if I were) to go to the local take out (which I havn't done in years as my days of rockin' into the local kebaberie after a heavy night have long since passed).
So far I have a bit of addiction to throwing it all over chips - I fear I am fast becoming an indiscriminate saucer like the kids and hubby.
Problem being if you are applicant 52 out of 500, your CV may never get seen. So how do you avoid being the last one to the party?