<p>LIFE IS HARD</p><p>THESE MIGHT MAKE IT EASIER</p>
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okay so my other post has gotten circled around from hell and back , but now I just want a better, cleaner version to get a chance to get around so HERE YA GO
Resume Cheat Sheet.
Was too fun to make.
For my followers to reference:
do your research and go wild
Holy shit this is seriously fantastic!!!
Dude… there’s highlights and shadows of each color too?? BLESS YOUR SOUL!
This is amazing for d&d character’s when creating literally any race.
some people on insta said i should post my workout routine since i mentioned how im so happy with the results, so here’s my little workout guide for my fellow trans folk! I focused on getting a more masculine body because obviously that’s what I want. I’m so happy with the results, this workout is saving my fucking life!!!! I can’t get on T soon so this has really been keeping my dysphoria in check. I barely get body dysphoria, i love how my clothes looks on me, i love feeling confident for once in my life!!! HOWEVER Don’t go overboard with working out my friends. Do not work out in a binder, you MUST take days off to let your muscles heal, and you CAN’T starve yourself! Fitness is all about health and diet! Take care of yourself. This is also MY workout routine, you may not get the same results as I have! Every body is different.
EDIT: ahh I really didn’t expect this thing to blow up….A few people have brought it to my attention that some of the nutrition here could be wrong/not work for everyone. I apologize if I caused any harm. I think I stressed enough that you shouldn’t starve yourself to lose weight. That’s very dangerous, and if you’re prone to such habits I suggest don’t count calories, etc, and just make sure your diet is very nutritious. I just provided a way to lose weight that my doctor told me about. You don’t need to lose weight if you don’t want to. Obviously if you’re already thin there’s no need to make a goal to lose weight; that’s dangerous. Also, some of this may or may not be helpful depending on your body type. I was underweight before working out so I have no idea how it would affect someone overweight! Please don’t hold this post to such a high standard; this was just my own routine and things I do to stay in shape, I obviously can’t cater to everyone. I literally didn’t expect this post to blow up like it did, this was literally just for a few people. Sorry for any harm it caused!
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It would mean a lot if you reblogged this! :D
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4 Body Weight Burn Exercises
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Reblogging for reference!
I’m just excited bc I never see these gif sets with black people
^^^^ This comment is why I love making the gifs I make.
Infographic: 7 Reasons This Is An Excellent Resume For Someone With No Experience
yoooo what i need by tomorrow
THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU
Reblogging because I WISH I HAD FUCKING KNOWN ABOUT THIS IN HIGH SCHOOL YEARS AGO!
Dear sick Kitties,
Please save this to your computer because one day you might be well enough to work in some capacity and it’s unfair for you to have blank spots on your resume/CV.
You have worth and validity even if you don’t have a huge work history. YOU have value.
This is mostly really good, but I have a couple minor disagreements. So…here are three recommendations from an HR person who reads a shitton of resumes every day:
Move the skills section up to the top! You know what I give a fuck about the most when I’m reading a resume (at least for entry-level positions)? WHAT YOU CAN DO. I frankly don’t give a shit where you learned it. Tell me what you’re capable of in concrete terms, organized in a bullet-points list or table that I can quickly scan to see if you even stand a chance of matching what we need, because that is all I’m doing in those critical first couple of seconds that decides whether I even bother looking at the rest of the resume. (Which I get sounds kinda callous but when I have to get through a couple dozen resumes, meaning download, open, read, decide what to do, forward it to the appropriate person if it makes the cut with my comments/summary/recommendations, file it appropriately and go on to the next one, and get back to my other duties and responsibilities - which I don’t have enough hours in the day for as it is - I can’t afford to depth-read every single resume that hits my inbox.)
Include volunteer experience as work experience if you have any. Running the concession stand at a high school club event of some kind counts as cash handling and customer service experience. Making blog themes for your friends counts as web design experience. Just because you weren’t getting paid doesn’t mean it wasn’t work experience you can potentially leverage to get actual paying work.
Rework that top statement - in its current form it’s looking like some odd hybrid of an executive summary (good!) and an objective statement (bad!), and I’m not sure how I feel about it tbh. I think it’s the “leveraging…to positively contribute” bit that is pushing all my “ugh no fucking shit sherlock” buttons. Like…what were you going to say, that you want to skate along doing the bare minimum amount of work and you don’t give a shit about the organization’s goals? I see way too many regurgitated statements like that - “positively contribute” and “maximize success” and “utilize my skills to further goals” etc. - and they just make my eyes roll out of my head at this point because they’re so generically corporate. I’d rather see a declarative statement about what you are and what you can do, than what you want.
However, huge massive bonus points for putting language fluency right there at the top where I don’t have to go hunting for it - language skills are ALWAYS ALWAYS ALWAYS A PLUS and you want to highlight that shit as hard as you can. Shove that language fluency in my fucking face, PLEASE. Better that than having to scour your work history for mention of translation or anything like that, which I will only do if I’m A: already liking your qualifications so far, and B: totally fucking desperate for someone who speaks goddamn Spanish already.