How to Land a Job at an Engineering Company with Little to No Experience

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    How to Land a Job at an Engineering Company with Little to No Experience
    As recent research from Higher Education Research Institute has shown, more than a third – roughly 36% - of first-year students in the United States plans to major in science and engineering, while less than 10% of college freshman intend to concentrate on engineering proper.…Read more... →

    How to Choose the Best Front Door?

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    How to Choose the Best Front Door?
    The key to choosing the best front door for your home lies in making sure they fit two important criteria. First, these doors need to be ironclad in terms of security, because this is still their primary function. Second, they need to be aesthetically pleasing, because they are a major part of your home’s exterior and therefore vital for the first impression your household makes. Therefore, here are a few tips that may help you make the right choice.…Read more... →

    Grass is Always Greener on the Other Side: Making Your House More Eco-Friendly

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    Grass is Always Greener on the Other Side: Making Your House More Eco-Friendly
    People are very selfish; if we weren’t, we’d have already abolished global warming. Of course, this is not how we are – it is in our very nature to aspire to things that we can see as directly beneficial to ourselves. Ecological awareness doesn’t start by you waiting for your peers to get into the green mentality – it starts independently, at your very own doorstep. Making your house eco-friendlier is very important – every little thing counts.…Read more... →

    5 of the most sought after qualities in care workers

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    5 of the most sought after qualities in care workers
    Care workers provide an important service and to do the job well there are a number of qualities you’ll need to exhibit. If you’re considering a career in social care, it may well be that you personify these sought after traits:    …Read more... →

    Benefits of Emotional Support Animals

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    Benefits of Emotional Support Animals
    Throughout history, we as humans have taken to looking after certain animals, taking them in as our pets and having them become part of our families. Now more than ever, our pets can become trusted…Read more...

    The Nightmare of Moving House

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    The Nightmare of Moving House
    Moving house is exactly that -- a nightmare! This applies whether you’re moving to a brand new house that was just built from the ground up or indeed if you’re moving to what is now…Read more...

    Tapping Into The Healing Power of Mother Nature

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    Tapping Into The Healing Power of Mother Nature
    Look, I know that getting “treatment” for my OCD is pretty much something which is optional, in other words it’s supportive care instead of something like having a very expensive medical condition that needs critical…Read more...

    Helping Your Kids Navigate Religion

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    Helping Your Kids Navigate Religion
    Despite what anyone who’s on the ‘outside’ may think, having OCD doesn’t necessarily mean your entire life comes to standstill like how a computer throws up the dreaded blue screen of death when a logical…Read more...

    What it Means to be a Parent in the Digital Era

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    What it Means to be a Parent in the Digital Era
    There are certain things which you discover quite early on your life to be extremely effective in helping you cope with the worst of conditions such as Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, granted which are different to…Read more...

    Let Kids Play

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    Let Kids Play
    According to a new study by the Children's Play Policy Forum, play can boost a child's development, including their independent learning skills, languageand problem-solving. On top of improving their physical and mental health, playtime can…Read more...