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What To Think About Before Heading To That Job Interview

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There is nothing quite as nerve wrenching as heading to a job interview. The pressure you can feel or put on yourself can be immense. From worrying about whether you will fluff up your answers to hoping that you make a great impression, it can all feel consuming and overwhelming. Getting the job interview in the first place is a big deal, but have you really thought it through? Here are some of the things to think about before heading off for that interview and hopefully landing yourself the new job.

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You might rock that hat, but you do know what you’re doing, don’t you?  

Let’s be honest for a moment, shall we? You may be a pro at changing the lightbulb, and your skills at upcycling your furniture may be second-to-none. Still, there are jobs that you probably shouldn’t take on unless you have the training and qualifications under your belt. So, for your safety and that of everybody in your home, these are the DIY jobs you should probably leave to the professionals.

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I thought that all of the skills I had pre-baby were pretty good (and of course I had all the time I needed to do them in). I could clean my house to practically an OCD standard, tend to my garden and keep it immaculate, spend hours walking and caring for my dog, make detailed plans for life and multi-task at work. None of these are any good once a kid comes along – that perfect home and garden certainly aren’t!! There is less time, things are a little more hectic and it is all now upped a speed in order to get it all done! Parenting skills are a far cry from your usual work skills and these involve a pinch of organisation, a dollop of multi-tasking, plenty of speed and a dash of winging it! Continue reading “7 skills I have mastered since becoming a parent!”

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