January in Australia is not just summer, but the start of another exciting season of tennis. Almost every state in Australia is involved in live tennis action for the lead up to Grand Slam excitement in Melbourne. Continue reading “Open Season on Tennis”
While there are many tips and tricks to assist travellers pack light, I have not read many which cater to minimising toiletries. Many blogs suggest using those supplied by the hotel or other accommodation types. But what if you are allergic to those products, or don’t realise it until you actually use them. However, you can still pack only the essential, natural products you need. Continue reading “How to be a (Toiletries) Minimalist Packer?”
Each year it’s reported that we spend billions of dollars on Christmas, most people using credit cards to fund those purchases. However, in a couple of days’ time those purchases more than often end up in the cupboard never to be used again. A tangible item may seem like a quick, last minute gift at Christmas time; but how long will happiness and satisfaction last? Continue reading “The Gift of Happiness”
It is that time of year again. The Christmas decorations begin to appear into office workstation. Employees start planning their additional extra curricular party activities. Often this involves lunches, dinners and after work drinks. Most organisations are also looking to make savings and the end of year Christmas party is usually the first victim of their budget. But don’t throw away the idea straight away because the office party has many benefits for long term success of your business. Continue reading “Why we still need the Office Christmas Party?”
It is hard to know where the legend of Santa Clause began, each country has their own name and view of how Santa is portrayed. However, one legend goes back further to 280 AD with a Christian monk named Nicholas. Continue reading “Would the Real Santa Please Stand Up?”
Okay, so you have returned home and need to find a job. How do you present your overseas travel to employers? Last decade taking a year off to travel was seen as a career breaker. Today, it is the opposite and can actually help your career. Employers are slowly seeing the benefits to hiring someone with travel on their resume. Continue reading “Resume Writing for Travellers”
A blank gap on your resume raises eyebrows from recruitment managers. These gaps may be months or years where an applicant has not been in the traditional workplace.
Continue reading “How to Cover a Career Break?”