Faith, Hope and Love

blogilates:

I did this at the gym today and it killed me! Really gets your core like CRAZY and your upper body. Try 1 minute of these Ab Pike Push-ups. Have fun :)

Must do pikes
Jun 9

blogilates:

I did this at the gym today and it killed me! Really gets your core like CRAZY and your upper body. Try 1 minute of these Ab Pike Push-ups. Have fun :)

Must do pikes

May 21

drugstoreprincess:

If you love your makeup, you have to take care of it.

positivelypersistentteach:

Cute!
Anyone know the source?  When I drag it to google it just brings me back to pinterest.
Mar 4

positivelypersistentteach:

Cute!

Anyone know the source?  When I drag it to google it just brings me back to pinterest.

fastcompany:

Invaluable—And Simple—Advice For Succeeding At Your First Job

“Your first job is not only about showing that you can get the job done,” Thorin Klosowski writes at Lifehacker. After the thrill of the hire and the trial of negotiation, the maiden voyage begins—one in which you’ll need all the connections and tricks of the trade that you can develop from the beginning.

Relish the grunt-work

When you’re starting out at a new gig, you’re naturally going to be doing low-level work for you employers—meaning that your dazzling gifts are going to be muted for a minute. The best way you can differentiate yourself from the rest of the entry-level gaggle is by hustling harder than anybody else—and rejoicing in it.

Be on point at all points

It’s all about those little trust-building details that will be foundational to your working relationships and your personal brand: you need to always be on time (or early) and make all your deadlines, enabled by the subtle arts of organization. Keeping your desk clean—literally and metaphorically—will signal that you’re dependable.

Get to know the people

Meet everyone. Have lunch. Make friends. Form bonds. Gain trust.

Ask questions

The best thing you can do for yourself is to get the job done right the first time—and you can do that by asking process questions as set out on the task. 

Here’s the full story.
[Image: Flickr user Namelas Frade]
Feb 27

fastcompany:

Invaluable—And Simple—Advice For Succeeding At Your First Job

“Your first job is not only about showing that you can get the job done,” Thorin Klosowski writes at Lifehacker. After the thrill of the hire and the trial of negotiation, the maiden voyage begins—one in which you’ll need all the connections and tricks of the trade that you can develop from the beginning.

Relish the grunt-work

When you’re starting out at a new gig, you’re naturally going to be doing low-level work for you employers—meaning that your dazzling gifts are going to be muted for a minute. The best way you can differentiate yourself from the rest of the entry-level gaggle is by hustling harder than anybody else—and rejoicing in it.

Be on point at all points

It’s all about those little trust-building details that will be foundational to your working relationships and your personal brand: you need to always be on time (or early) and make all your deadlines, enabled by the subtle arts of organization. Keeping your desk clean—literally and metaphorically—will signal that you’re dependable.

Get to know the people

Meet everyone. Have lunch. Make friends. Form bonds. Gain trust.

Ask questions

The best thing you can do for yourself is to get the job done right the first time—and you can do that by asking process questions as set out on the task. 

Here’s the full story.

[Image: Flickr user Namelas Frade]

Feb 27

world-shaker:

Learn to Code with Harvard’s Intro to Computer Science Course And Other Free Tech Classes

Harvard has made this course available free to anyone—via YouTubeiTunes, and the course page—with a series of lectures filmed during the Fall 2011 semester. The class is led by David J. Malan, an enthusiastic young professor and Senior Lecturer on Computer Science at Harvard, and himself a product of Harvard’s Computer Science program. Professor Malan has also offered Harvard’s CS50 as a MOOC through edX. In the introductory lecture to CS50 (above), Malan promises that “this is one of those rare courses that actually squeezes your brain so much and your schedule so much that by the end of the semester you actually feel smarter.”

(via thelearningbrain)

Feb 22

(Source: themindandbodyblog, via )

coolchicksfromhistory:

Police report on the arrest of Rosa Parks, 1955.
A diagram showing where Rosa Parks was seated.

Wow. Our history
Feb 9

coolchicksfromhistory:

Police report on the arrest of Rosa Parks, 1955.

A diagram showing where Rosa Parks was seated.

Wow. Our history

tumblrbot said: WHAT MAKES YOU FEEL BETTER WHEN YOU ARE IN A BAD MOOD?

Prayer, reading the Bible, hanging with the Fam :)

Dec 26
pbsthisdayinhistory:

December 8, 1941: United States Enters World War II
In 1941, amidst a segregated military, the first African-American fighter pilots were commissioned to aid the defense of bombers in WWII.
Revisit the stories of heroes who changed history through first hand accounts and testimonies from Tuskegee Airmen.
Dec 8

pbsthisdayinhistory:

December 8, 1941: United States Enters World War II

In 1941, amidst a segregated military, the first African-American fighter pilots were commissioned to aid the defense of bombers in WWII.

Revisit the stories of heroes who changed history through first hand accounts and testimonies from Tuskegee Airmen.