As someone who coaches people in career management, I think 50 ways to get a job could do me out of a job! It's a terrific resource with lots of great advice (though targeted to the US market).
Our search for meaning often ends up being wrapped around a goal. A young, wise Hunter S. Thompson offered a different take in responding to a request for advice from a friend: 'a man must choose a path which will let his abilities function at maximum efficiency toward the gratification of his desires'.
Sweet, sweet, sweet, sweet, sweet - two women finally give flying a got in their 70's (and, private jet looks like a very nice way to travel).
Some great advice from the always wise Marc and Angel - I'm working hard on 5 and 10.
Arts Degrees are important, 'they help you find meaning when there is none'. Tim Minchin addressing the graduating class at University of WA, inspires with 9 life lessons.
Have you noticed the latest trend: opinion writer's from everywhere are writing about the valuelessness of 'busyness'. I stepped away from it 3-years ago, and am still adjusting, but I recommend Oliver Burkman's article calling for us to 'stop being busy'.
I love Raiza's food - it's probably in her presentation - but sweet and very happy making! And here's Dulce Delight's red velvet cake.
How do you answer when people ask you what you do? If it what you currently say bothers you, you'll might like this advice from Mighty Girl.
Finally, perhaps not comfortable, but this mug is very cool!