Archive for August, 2010

Top 10 Interview Etiquette Tips

Tuesday, August 31st, 2010

Interviews are similar to first dates – intimate, intimidating and generally uncomfortable. Even some of the most confident, smooth-talking people get sweaty palms and tongue-tied during interviews. Nerves are one thing, but tardiness, bad manners and distracting behavior are completely avoidable. Just like it’s rude to put your elbows on the dinner table and swear […]


10 Ways to Earn Fast Money

Sunday, August 29th, 2010

Whether you’re broke as a joke or just want some extra spending money, there are several ways to get paid without putting your internal organs on the black market. Here are 10 tried-and-true ways to earn fast money: Sell Clothes A quick way to earn money is to sell your gently-used clothes, shoes and accessories […]


10 Ways to Alleviate Road Rage

Wednesday, August 25th, 2010

Even the most docile of people seem to experience fits of rage on the roadway. And who can blame them? As a commuter, you know that other drivers are what come between you and arriving to your destination in a timely matter – at least to an extent. Even when you’re not in a hurry, […]


10 Dangerous Photography Jobs

Sunday, August 22nd, 2010

Photography can be a case of life or death. It may sound absurd, but professional photographers often go to great lengths and compromise their safety in order to get the perfect picture. Whether it’s a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to photograph Mount Everest or a mission to cover the Iraq war, many photographers risk their lives just […]


10 Signs the Internet Rules Your Life

Monday, August 16th, 2010

It’s impossible to imagine life without the internet. We’re not only dependent on it for utilitarian uses like research, bill-paying and shopping, but we also rely on it as a mode of entertainment. The internet brings us consistent pleasure like no other previous invention, excluding television. As a result, many people spend much of their […]


Top 10 Signs You’re a Perfectionist

Thursday, August 12th, 2010

In a society that values success over sanity, being a perfectionist is somewhat desirable. Yes, perfectionism may help you ace tests, get your dream job and receive praise, but whenever mistakes, rejection and criticisms start to happen, perfectionists take it much harder than the average person because failure is not acceptable in their eyes. Perfectionism […]