I need this job to earn an honest living. I want this job because I'm a hard worker who enjoys keeping things neat and clean, and because I hear this is a good place to work. I have excellent references. I live nearby. I learn fast. Assuming you pay market rate, when can I start? TAILOR YOUR ANSWERS. Use the question of why you want the job to restate your credentials, enthusiasm and commitment, as these examples suggest. 1. This company is a place where my qualifications can make a difference. As a finance executive well versed in the new financial regulations law, I see this position as made to order. It contains the challenge to keep me on my toes and promises rewards for top performance. That's the kind of job I like to anticipate every morning. 2. I want this job because it's
There are many causes of the itch down there, but it is not advisable to use over-the-counter creams without a proper medical diagnosis. БIt may be embarrassing to share your concerns about this uncomfortable itch,Б says, Senior Consultant, a member of the group. But more often than not, the cause of your testicular itching can be easily treated. What could be causing the itch? Actually, the term testicular itch is incorrect as the testicles are inside the scrotal sac and they donБt itch. What is commonly affected by an itchy rash is the skin of the scrotal sac and the groin. The pubic area, the shaft of the penis and the tip of the penis are less commonly affected. Eczema БThis is a chronic skin condition marked by itching, inflammation, redness, and swelling of the skin,Б says Dr Pang.
Yay, summer! Yay, water! Yay, playing in water during the summer! While youБre having fun splashing in a pool, lake or at the shore, think about, БWhy do you float, but a rock that could fit in your hand sinks? Б Or: БWhy does a boat float while its anchor sinks? Б Obviously, you weigh more than the rock and a boat weighs more than its anchor. So what makes the difference? ItБs not about weight, is it? Did you ever notice how water in a bathtub rises as you lower yourself in? You displace water (move it out of the way) to make room for your body. So, part of the story is that you displace more water than a rock. A boat displaces more water than an anchor. Then what? Gravity tries to pull things down into the water, but fluids have a force that pushes upward, against gravity. ItБs called
Not just a year ago my wisdom was tucked tightly away in my mouth, just below the surface of my gums, bothering no one. And then, last fall, it decided to emerge in the shape of three large, impacted teeth that had to come out. As I lay under the dental surgeonБs tools over the holidays, slowly coming out of my anesthesia, I wondered to myself: where did these teeth come from? Anthropologists believe wisdom teeth, or the third set of molars, were the evolutionary answer to our ancestorБs early diet of coarse, rough food Б like leaves, roots, nuts and meats Б which required more chewing power and resulted in excessive wear of the teeth. The modern diet with its softer foods, along with marvels of modern technologies such as forks, spoons and knives, has made the need for wisdom teeth
Who Is St. Patrick and Why Do We Celebrate St. Patrick s Day? By Every March 17th, thousands of people don their greenest garb, march in Irish pride parades, eat green clover-shaped cookies, and quaff frosty mugs of green beer in celebration of St. Patrick s Day. But do you really know who St. Patrick was and why he is celebrated? Patrick was born in AD 387 just south of Hadrian s Wall in Britain, which was part of the Roman Empire (that s right he wasn t Irish! ). He was captured by Irish pagans in his early teens and taken to Ireland, where he was enslaved for six years. During that time, he grew to like the spirit of the Irish. When he escaped and returned to his family, he vowed to one day return to Ireland. He studied at monasteries on the continent and was eventually ordained a
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CM did you try the Epsom salt foot soak? I know that in Chinese medicine, very often, toxins show up in the feet, since we live our lives upright and not prone!!! Chinese med uses foot patches to remove toxins, and some healthfood stores have them. But I wonder if the Epsom Salt and the Witch Hazel would work, along with a good detox bath and Activated Charcoal. Also, and although I haven't done this I have seen it done very successfully. ...
There's been a wave of supplements launched containing Vitamin K, particularly K2. Why do people take them? Not everybody will have heard of Vitamin K2. But more and more of us are consuming it in supplements, according to market research firm Mintel. It says new food, drink, vitamin and supplement product launches containing Vitamin K2 have gone up 183% globally between 2008 and 2012. The better known form of Vitamin K, Vitamin K1, posted a healthy, but slower growth - 96% - over the same reviewed period. The number of products containing Vitamin K1 still far outstrips those containing Vitamin K2. All types of Vitamin K were in 1% of all food, drink, vitamins and supplement launches last year, according to Mintel. But what is Vitamin K, what's the difference between K1 and K2, and why
Earlier this month, a single handbag sold at a ChristieБs in Hong Kong for $223,000, breaking a world record for handbags sold at auction. That record-setting handbag was a pink crocodile-skin HermцЕs Birkin with gold and diamond hardware. Topping the lists of couture with the highest value, itБs always Birkin bags. The cost of new Birkins range from $12,000 to more than $200,000, and they regularly sell on the secondary market for more than their original sales price. Last year, an Бalmost albinoБ crocodile skin, diamond-encrusted Birkin sold at auction for. On, the uppermost tier of the hundreds of Birkin bags currently listed are priced at just under $150,000, with the lowest БBuy it NowБ prices at around $5,000. on oneБBirkins can have a wait list of up to six years, depending on the