Are you a hustler?
We all know that there are various personality types — introvert or extrovert, thinker or doer, optimist or pessimist — and if you’re a lover of online quizzes, you probably even know which apply to you. But I can bet you one thing: you don’t know what type of gambler you are. This infographic will reveal whether you’re a hustler (ready to win some big bucks), a high-roller (too rich to care), a socialite (a real people person), a show off (determined to be the centre of attention), or Read more […]
Further Education-It’s Never Too Late
You may be reading this piece as somebody who has gone the whole hog when it comes to the education system, from Kindergarten all the way through to Graduate School. You may be someone who started working as a pot washer in a restaurant during high school and decided to work there permanently rather than pursue further education, working in your progression up the ranks of the business. You may also be reading this as someone who is looking for a job. You may be fresh out of graduate school and Read more […]
How important is Early Years Education?
There’s no getting around it; in respect of education these days it really is a case of ‘the earlier the better’, as children head out into an increasingly competitive society. It is perhaps now more beneficial than ever for children to begin their education as early as possible, providing them with a rich learning experience upon which they can build as they enter formal education. Luckily, help is on hand; Early Years Education is now being offered at many daycare facilities across the Read more […]
5 Tips on How to Study For an Important Exam
One of the most stressful times of your life will undoubtedly involve an exam in one form or another. Whether you’re in high school or college, exams are the stick by which you are measured so you have to ensure that you do your best. It’s that quantifiable nature of the exam beast that heaps on the pressure, so make sure you’re fully equipped to study effectively. Whether that means you scribble memory notes on your bathroom mirror, or use flashcards from Cram.com, if it gets Read more […]
Winter Working: Avoid the Olympic Hangover
Did you take part in the 2014 Winter Olympics this year? If you were one of the millions of people who tuned in, you undoubtedly experienced the magical spirit of these Olympic Games. For two weeks, world-class athletes competed at their highest level in their sport, from downhill skiing to bobsledding, figure skating and even curling. No matter what sport you love to watch the most, you couldn’t help but be in awe of these athletes pushing themselves to their peak in front of the world. Part of Read more […]