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What It's Like To Be

What It's Like To Be

From postal worker to film producer, what is it like to do what you do?

  • Natalie Ige
    Published about 5 hours ago
    Distinct Types of Services Offered by Handymen

    Distinct Types of Services Offered by Handymen

    Every residence goes through repair works and some are repetitive in nature. It is indeed annoying and makes the homeowner feel embarrassed especially when the issue shows up in the presence of friends and relatives. There are efficient handyman services like the a2zee cleaning services that helps to eradicate the repair issues permanently. If you are planning to remodel your home, consider choosing an efficient and skilled handyman to fix all the issues of your home. When you choose the best team, they use the advanced tools and techniques to ensure you are completely satisfied with the services rendered.
  • Kris Kendall
    Published 3 days ago
    When to Use a Pen Name

    When to Use a Pen Name

    When I wrote my very first “book,” I had no idea whether or not a single person would buy it. What I did know is that under no circumstances did I want my mom or kids or neighbors to buy it. Not only was the content a bit too steamy for the average grandma next door, but it was also just controversial enough that I wasn’t sure how my employer or the kids’ teachers would respond.
  • Sam H Arnold
    Published 10 days ago
    How to Excel at Being a Working Mum

    How to Excel at Being a Working Mum

    Two years ago my little girl was born. It was decided that I would be the parent that returned to work. It has been something I have struggled with since that day. Little did I know how difficult it was going to be until it happened.
  • SKYLERIZED
    Published 19 days ago
    Reason First: Should Law Enforcement Act as Mental Health Care Professionals?

    Reason First: Should Law Enforcement Act as Mental Health Care Professionals?

    In opioid and heroin usage cases in New Castle County, Delaware, the police have devised a plan to curb the amount of injuries and deaths associated with using certain narcotics and the abuse of prescription drugs. While it would seem odd for an officer to carry a gun and drugs, it’s already happened in other cities. Police often are armed with both a pistol and a canister of naloxone. But what is more disturbing is the fact that they must now become physicians and psychiatrists on the beat. This is unacceptable. The role of police officers is to protect individual lives and property of the citizens of a given area. They are not shrinks with a badge. It is totally improper for the police in New Castle to become healthcare officials.
  • Molly Crowe
    Published 21 days ago
    5 Things You Can Expect from Car Park Line Marking Services

    5 Things You Can Expect from Car Park Line Marking Services

    Car park line marking services are very important, especially for parking lots in places like restaurants, shopping malls, airports and railway stations, and amusement parks. The car park line marking service is an essential aspect of such areas. Parking areas should use high-grade traffic paint while painting the proper markings, which makes it a lot more organized and helps give better direction. In cases of parking lots that do not have any line marks, the vehicle owners may just park their vehicles in a haphazard way. This, as a result, makes it different for vehicle owners to leave the parking lot because some vehicles tend to get stuck in between.
  • Bridgett Leslie
    Published 26 days ago
    Chausson d’Or Ballerina Gracefully En Pointe

    Chausson d’Or Ballerina Gracefully En Pointe

    Nina Tonoli is one step away from becoming a Principal Ballerina. The Belgian born soloist has trained her body to be a storyteller for over a decade now. For her dedication, she’s earned the Special Prize Chausson d’Or in Paris and the Award of Excellence in Dance from the Royal Ballet School in London. Ballet and purpose met early for the 25-year-old. “At 10 years old, I went to a local ballet school to do my first ballet class. Since then, I’ve never stopped.” Nina’s first performance was Sleeping Beauty where she played a dwarf. Today she dances for the Dutch National Ballet.
  • Casey Chesterfield
    Published about a month ago
    How to Select the Right Doors for You

    How to Select the Right Doors for You

    There’s a lot to consider when building and operating a farm shop. The first thing you’ll need when designing is to define your needs for the finished building. This will include what type of equipment you’ll need to store and regularly access, as well as what products or supplies will need to be saved.
  • Kaila Watts
    Published 2 months ago
    Being a 'Freelance' Makeup Artist

    Being a 'Freelance' Makeup Artist

    As makeup has become such a huge and uproaring community in the last year, I want to share some things with you that you should think about before becoming a makeup artist.
  • S. E. Gregory
    Published 2 months ago
    The Story Determines Its Own Length

    The Story Determines Its Own Length

    Some writers will tear their hair out over story length. I was sitting in my One-Act Play class during junior year of college, discussing the instructions on writing a paper with my classmates. I don't recall what the paper was about, but I remember our professor telling us it needed to be double-spaced, 12 pt. font, Times News Roman, and all that jazz. She also told us about all of the points we needed to cover, but one thing she didn't address was the length of the paper.