It’s that time of year again…BACK TO SCHOOL! Here’s a giveaway where you can win over $200 in prizes!
Welcome to the 2nd annual MamatheFox’s Back to School Giveaway
This years giveaway will have (1) winner, who will take home: (1) pair of MomoBaby Shoes (up to $54 value), (1) Kitchen Set from WeanGreen ($55 value), (2) Teach My Yoga Mat Sets ($50 value), I See Me My U.S.A. Road Trip Gift Set with Map ($50 value) and a set of reusable lunchbox napkins from Gina’s Soft Cloth!
This years prize is valued at over $200!
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The Cocomocha Brooklyn Bean Roastery Giveaway! (1 Winner ~ 40 Ct K-Cups!) @BROOKLYNBEANS1
Deliciously Savvy Is Hosting a Giveaway for Brooklyn Bean Roastery! 1 Lucky Winner will receive a 40Ct Box of Cocomocha Coffee KCups! These are one of my absolute favorite of all KCups and you will not be disappointed! Enter Today & Good Luck!
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The Gap Year: Not Just for Students
The idea of a gap year conjures up images of teenagers on the beach Bali, trying to find themselves in between full moon parties. Increasingly though, many people later in their lives are seeing an extended break from their career to travel as an attractive and sensible thing to do.
Many companies, too, are finding themselves open to negotiation about sabbaticals and extended periods of leave. Burn out is a big problem for businesses: training an employee over their career is a big investment of time and resources. Losing a high level employee to a bad case of burnout is not a waste of those resources and a loss of vital institutional knowledge, but the cost of replacing an employee and the lost output until they are as proficient as who they’re replacing approaches £30,000.
Any solution that can help to reduce the risk of this cost is worth businesses pursuing, and what that means currently is the idea of a sabbatical is reaching out from the academic world to become popular in commercial business. The word Sabbatical comes from the tradition of academics having one year in every seven away from teaching to focus on research and recharging their mental batteries, from the Sabbath being one day of seven spent in rest.
If you’ve working for the same company for a significant number of years – in the region of 20 – you may have good grounds to negotiate yourself a career break. There’s no provision in law for this, so it will rely on what you can agree with your management. It’s wise to begin by mentioning the idea casually to see how senior figures react to it. You can base your negotiations on that reaction, but it’s a good idea to cite any major projects you’ve completed, pointing out the gains to the company as a result of the effort you’ve put in.
When you’ve been able to make an arrangement that suits you and your employers, you can begin planning your trip. With AirBnB and the proliferation of Letting Agents in the modern property market, letting your house short term to help finance your trip is a real possibility. If you’re looking for storage services London has plenty to offer to keep precious possessions safe while you’re away, so you can enjoy your trip without worrying about your tenants damaging anything.
Tooted as the most expensive boarding school in the world, Le Rosey is located in Switzerland and mainly patronised by students from Britain. Over the years it has been patronised by royal families such as Prince Rainier (Monaco), the Iranian Shah, Egyptian King Farouk, etc. The School has the tag of the school of kings.
Le Rosey is a privately-owned institution which is equipped with the best and latest amenities such as an equestrian centre, a shooting range, and a 1000-seater concert hall. The school owns its own yacht moored in Lake Geneva; also a spa where students who are undergoing any stress can unwind. You could even stare in amazement at a helicopter landing on the football field with maybe a mega-rich student stepping down from the same.