Our Roman Holiday at the Outset of the Pandemic Outbreak
We happened to visit Rome, last February(2020) when Italy was about to become the world’s worst Covid-19 affected countries. We were oblivious of the virus outbreak there, and we had this trip planned months in advance. At that time, there was just one case in Germany from where we started. We (un)fortunately didn’t check the number of cases or severity in Italy. We met my husband’s colleague at the station, who was traveling elsewhere; who lightly hinted that there is coronavirus in the air there. We however didn’t even think about giving heed and jumped into our train as we lugged the baby stroller and our luggage along. We were going. The four of us, me, my husband, our two kids who were about eight and two at that time.
Guilty Giving Kids Screen-time To Get Things Done? You’re not alone.
I hear you, Mommy and Daddy. Both of you work hard to give your kids a better life. You try to get down nutritious breakfast on the table for the kids, even though you tend to skip breakfast and plan on having a brunch later because you’re late. You drop off your kid(s) to preschool or school and drive off to your workplace. You often think about what your child is doing at school and whether he/she has had lunch. You fear that the lunch box is coming back half-eaten or worse untouched because your child does not eat without watching that favorite cartoon.
Swipe These 7 Insider “Show, Don’t Tell” Tactics Top Businesses Use, to Sell Like a Pro
Showing something to prove a point beats plain telling because you’ve got supporting proof. When I teach my toddler the alphabet and say A for Apple, it is easier to bring an apple in front of him and show him an apple. So he can relate to it better. Since the time we were kids, showing makes more sense than just telling.
14 Confidence-boosting Tips for Interview Success
A job interview is a gateway to a better career and a better life. Hence, it is vital to prepare for it in the best way, leaving no stones unturned. Employers and probable business partners are not looking for meticulous robots. Businesses need people who do better than follow instructions; leaders who can make decisions in their capacity to benefit the company in the long run. More often than not, an interview's success depends less on the technical skills and competencies and leans much more than you think on the attitude, and personality one exudes