Graphic design is the universal art that has surrounded us for centuries in one form or another. We see millions of designs on streets, highways, magazines, advertisements, packages, labels, banners, clothing, medical bills, and even on our bodies in the form of tattoos. The functions of graphic design are to give a visual identity to entities and make them distinguishable. For example, flag designs help to recognize particular countries. Logo designs mark the identity of different companies. Imagine without graphic design; the world will lose its colors and turn gray.
Some say that I have a very particular line of work. Not exactly something everyone would want to do, or could do. At times people compliment me by expressing just how they don’t think they could ever do my job. That they have just seen too many bad experiences to want to take it all on. Most of my life I felt the same until one random day and a couple of random life decisions later and I jumped ship ONTO the serving scene. I had no idea the amount my life was about to change or how it would eventually change my entire person! I am using this example to introduce myself to you all because this is such a big part of who I am. My name is Christy Ann and I am a server and a spiritual lightworker in a small, conservative town in rural Nevada.
I have been a server/waiter on and off for over 10 years. In that time I have worked in anything from burger joints with a 50's theme to high end where you have to be able to pair food to wine and even done a bit of banquet serving. Regardless of where I have lived or been in life lessons I learned serving have helped out in other jobs and areas of life. Whether it is in money or conflict resolution there are lots of lessons in serving to improve your life.
Basics of Industrial Engineering: What Industrial Engineers Do
Industrial Engineering is the combination of two words ‘Industrial’ mean Industry (Production). Production is defined to convert the input resources Into output product or services with the help of production techniques, and the process equipment.
Living the example, the American Dream
A navigation of sights, sounds, She, wandered in the streets toward a goal, the local grade school. In the late 1970’s that meant navigating the pavements over the booze drenched streets. The smell of stale cigarettes wafted out of the doors of the sleazy speak-easy and late-night hold overs would crawl out shocked into a sundrenched look that was pale, skinny, empty and dark as the sunglasses that fielded the sun. It looked as if their very skin would shrivel at the exposure and then they were gone leaving only a trail of smoke from their rhinestone set cigarette holder and the brand of cigarette from any man.
If you are thinking about becoming a tax accountant, one of the most important questions you must ask yourself is "is being a tax accountant hard?" This is often an important question to ask, as not all tax accountants are created equal. Some accountants are highly qualified to handle complex accounting and other tax preparation tasks.
When I started my corporate career experience, I never could have foreseen the many difficult life lessons I would learn that would shape me into who I am today. Most of my time in that world spanned my 20s and early 30s, and while I was definitely mature for my age, I had no idea what I was in for. I unfortunately had to learn the very hard way that not only was I not allowed to make mistakes as a Black woman, any mistakes I did make would live with me in ways it wouldn't for others. I learned at all times, I was being held to a different standard than my counterparts, as most Black people are in their given professions.
I met a young man the other day the moment before he died. With my job I come across a lot of dead people. As an EMT, it is our job to call a time of death for people we get called to with obvious signs of death. Obviously, when we get called to a cardiac arrest and the patient is workable we do what we need to, to try and bring the person back to life. But, the other day was just strange. I’ve never met someone the moment before they passed away. He was having shortness of breath – gave him some oxygen and he said it made him feel better while we transported him to the nearest hospital. I have to add that this person had a terminal illness, but wasn’t given a time and wasn’t considered a hospice patient. We were talking and his family was with us, holding his hand for the ride. Upon arriving at the hospital, I transferred care to them, made him comfortable in his hospital bed and told him and his family that I hoped he feels better.