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How to Get Your MA Without Compromising Your Current Job

By herbertp343, published on Jan 3, 2018

Among the many ways to push your career forward, getting a master’s degree in your field – or a field you are passionate about – is the best way to go. With a master’s degree added to your CV, you can pursue that promotion you have always wanted, make a career shift if you choose, or enter an entirely new field that is in line with your passion.

Getting a master’s degree, particularly an MA or an MBA, is challenging. Don’t let the challenges stop you from getting an MA. Here are the best tips and tricks to use if you want to get your MA without compromising your fulltime job.

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Build Your Own Golf Push Cart

By herbertp343, published on Jan 3, 2018

Besides offering you a unique way to keep fit and interact with old friends while making new ones, there are so many things that are special about golf as a sport. Among them is that there are plenty of golf equipment which we can build on our hence giving us the happiness and contentment which comes with doing something ourselves. And if you didn’t know, it is now possible to build your own golf push cart. And you need not be all woodwork savvy as it requires minimal hand skills to finish. Read on to find out how and also what you will need so that you can build your own golf push cart. If... (more)


4 Reasons Why You Should Run a Pre-Employment Background Check

By herbertp343, published on Dec 20, 2017

Hiring someone new is usually preceded by a number of preliminary steps such as shortlisting, interviewing and, of course, running a background check on the potential candidate. In case you are considering the actual importance of going to the California white pages to run a background check, here are five reasons that will remind you why they matter to you as an employer.

Criminal Conviction

Let’s start with most common reason, which is to see if the potential employee has a police record and if he was a convicted felon. If he/she was convicted and served his time, you can still hire... (more)


Things to Consider Before Choosing a Research Paper Writer

By herbertp343, published on Dec 12, 2017

Writing a comprehensive research paper is both challenging and exciting. The process will take you to great new discoveries on the topic you are writing about. When it is also a topic you’re passionate about, those discoveries become even more valuable to you personally as well as to those who read the research paper.

That said, there are times when the challenges of writing a research paper outgrow your excitement. You may find that you no longer have the time or energy to complete your research paper before the deadline. Getting professional help is the solution to consider under the... (more)


Play Rummy Card Game and Walk Out Richer With These 6 Tips

By herbertp343, published on Dec 8, 2017

Social card game rummy has been entertaining us from time immemorial. It is easy to learn, fast-paced and challenging; yet, gaining mastery over the game requires alot of effort, patience and time dedication. Know the rummy rules well; play regularly and do not shy away from learning from your own mistakes and others’ while you are mastering the strategies and tricks of the game.

Here are 6 important rummy tips to help you set off on a winning spree and get richer with the cash prizes.

Tip #1: Meld the mandatory sequences at the earliest

Online rummy is fast-paced. Quick... (more)


Mercedes’ new X-Class is joining forces with the UCI!

By herbertp343, published on Dec 6, 2017

Mercedes to Become Presenting Sponsor of UCI

Mercedes has started branching out with its new X-Class, a pickup truck. This is not the first time the automobile manufacturer has experimented with going into rougher terrain. It has been well rewarded for its more daring vehicles in recent times, with a big demand for rigs like the G-wagon and the 4x4-Squared, which means that making forays into the world of luxury pickups should not present too much of a challenge.

The luxury car brand is marketing the new motor vehicle by means of various partnerships, with one example being its recent... (more)


Get up to speed on the all the 2018 FIFA World Cup news!

By herbertp343, published on Dec 6, 2017

Football Legends Will Attend the World Cup Draw

Several worldwide football legends will be on hand to help with the 2018 FIFA World Cup draw at the State Kremlin Palace in Moscow, when the destiny of the 32 nations taking part will be decided on Saturday morning.

The distinguished Diego Maradona, from Argentina, is among the eight other first-class players who will be assisting with the draw at the Kremlin, and the whole thing will be presided over by Gary Lineker, a former striker for England who has since become a television presenter. This is even though Lineker has previously called... (more)


A look at the Grade 2 Remsen Stakes’ top contenders

By herbertp343, published on Dec 6, 2017

The Grade 2 Remsen Stakes

As part of the last blockbuster afternoon on the New York Racing Association, NYRA, circuit for this year, the Grade 2 Remsen Stakes brings a field of ten juvenile colts together, all full of their owners’ and jockeys’ dreams, hopes, and potential.

The event, with a US$250 000 purse, not only represents what would be an enormous, in fact, the biggest, career victory up until now for the winner, but also with it brings intensified hopes and aspirations for the first Saturday in May 2018, The Greatest Two Minutes in Sports!

With the 2018 Kentucky Derby... (more)


Find out which sports are the oldest amongst those of today!

By herbertp343, published on Dec 6, 2017

The Oldest Sports in the World

Sports have been a big part of civilisation since we started recording our experiences: there are multiple ritual games mentioned as far back as the Bronze Age - 3300 - 1200 BC! While some have been lost along the way, there are many that have remained, although changed, and are still being enjoyed today. This article looks at which of these ancient athletics are still relevant.

Hockey is High Up on the List

The first recorded use of the word Hockey can be found in a proclamation delivered by Edward III of England, back in 1363. The game is also depicted... (more)


Professional Resignation Letters Samples

By herbertp343, published on Dec 5, 2017

Last year, I chose to resign from my job as it had come a time where I felt I needed to move on. I worked as an administrator at a financial institution and my duties involved data entry, preparing reports and data research. It was my first job after graduation and I had been there for 2 years so resigning was a very difficult decision.

Over the past few months, the workload began to increase and redundancies were looming. Cracks were beginning to show at the company. Despite employment opportunities being slim in the current economic climate, I was confident that I would be able to... (more)


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