Resume Tips To Take You From SAHM to WAHM

Written by Kim Bauer

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Now that you have your skills listed, you should be pretty proud of yourself. Sometimes making a list of your attributes isrepparttar hardest part. We should all know what year we graduated and when we finally gotrepparttar 130572 nerve to resign from that dreaded 9-5 office position.

Next, I would recommend making a list of all previous positions with your job title as well as a brief description. Make sure that you use some "key words" that will easily grabrepparttar 130573 attention ofrepparttar 130574 eyes scanning your resume. If you don't have a solid work history , I would recommend a functional resume format. The functional format highlights your skills rather thanrepparttar 130575 time line of your work history.

Remember to see your resume as a marketing tool. On a billboard you only get a few key words to catchrepparttar 130576 attention ofrepparttar 130577 traffic speeding by. Your resume needs to serverepparttar 130578 same purpose. It needs to sparkrepparttar 130579 interest ofrepparttar 130580 potential employer so that they will want to know more about you and your assets. That is how you landrepparttar 130581 interview.

Kim Bauer is the President and Founder of A Work at home web site that focuses on researching and providing legitimate telecommuting job leads to her members. Keeping parents with their children physically while providing for them financially is the goal.

The Great Awakening--Menopause

Written by Dr. Loretta Lanphier, ND, CCN, HHP

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Spiritual Awakening You may find thatrepparttar changes you are making lead you to an awakening spiritually. This happens to many women who welcome this growth. Seek out your local church, take classes in meditation, discover new spiritual thought, or a renewed connection with God. You are a spirit with a body. Approaching your spiritual wellness includes making choices that take care of yourself physically and emotionally.

Proactive Steps Although menopause is one ofrepparttar 130570 important physical milestones in a woman's life, many women lack concrete information about what is taking place, and what arerepparttar 130571 options. It is your right to know your body and be informed. With a proper attitude, diet, nutritional supplements, exercise, and simple lifestyle changes, most ofrepparttar 130572 unpleasant side effects of menopause can be minimized to a great extent. With this knowledge and preparation you can step forward with grace and embrace it! To make menopause fun and pleasant: ŸMake choices to eliminate/reduce stress. ŸCreate a sanctuary space for yourself where you can meditate, write, draw, or anything that expresses your thoughts and emotions. ŸFind an exercise you like and stick with it. ŸEvaluate diet and reduce weight, if you have gained pounds overrepparttar 130573 years. ŸBecome selfish with your time for yourself. Do more things for you and evaluate care-giving roles. ŸGet enough rest and sleep. ŸDevelop an outside interest or hobby. ŸHave joy and fun in your life. If this means making new friends, go do it. You can find out more about progesterone in my eBook, Balancing Your Hormones Without Drugs…You Can Feel Good Again and inrepparttar 130574 articles posted on this Web site. For a free subscription torepparttar 130575 worldwide e-newlsetter, Advanced Health & Wellness visit us at and

If you haven’t gone through menopause yet, you’ll want to have an easy adjustment to your body’s changes. Begin to educate yourself aboutrepparttar 130576 symptoms and their causes before, or during, perimenopause--the time when you begin to experience symptoms. Be sure to check out allrepparttar 130577 articles at our Menopause-PMS-Progesterone Resource Center:

Dr. Loretta Lanphier, ND, CN, HHP is a Doctor of Naturopath, Clinical Nutritionist and Holistic Health Practitioner in the Houston, TX area and Founder / CEO of Oasis Advanced Wellness. Dr. Lanphier is Editor of the worldwide E-newsletter Advanced Health & Wellness. Be sure and visit our hormonal balancing site at and

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