Kevin on August 24th, 2016

…thanks to Fix.com


Source: Fix.com Blog

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Kevin on May 25th, 2016

Here’s a handy infographic that covers a number of essentials for interviewees.  Thanks to the folks at AkkenCloud and GHERGICH & Co. for sharing this with me.  Click on the image to enlarge.

Mind Your Manners: What to Do When You Interview

Via AkkenCloud

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Kevin on December 8th, 2015

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Kevin on May 10th, 2015

This almost makes me want an Apple Watch, but not quite.  Maybe the best thing, if you really want to go this way, is to way for Gen 2…

Will the Apple Watch become as indispensable on the road as a passport? Siri won’t say. But we will.

Source: Apple Watch: A Test Run for Travelers

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Yet another report came out this week, this time from the United States Travel Association, all about the state of domestic air travel – how much we, the

Source: 11 Reasons Why Southwest Is the Best Airline You’re Probably Not Flying – Blog – Airfarewatchdog

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Approximately once a year, many of the U.S. frequent flyer programs offer a bonus when you purchase miles. American’s program is open right now, and represents a compelling way to get extra miles. Bonuses start at the 6,000 mile level (e.g., buy 6K miles and get an extra 1,500 miles for $177. In that case, after taxes and a $30 processing fee are added in, you’re paying $ .029 per mile, which is a pretty good deal.

The more miles you buy, however, the sweeter it gets. If you go whole hog and purchase 100,000 miles, you’ll receive a bonus of 60,000 miles, for a total cost of $3200, or $ .02 per mile. With 160,000 miles you could purchase two round trip business class tickets to Europe, a very solid deal. Click here for details: American Airlines Buy Miles Bonus

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No, this isn’t the second installment of a series of posts involving straws!  I’d seen this somewhere in the past and just this morning stumbled across another post on the topic at Lifehacker.  Courtesy of Lifehacker and the Mighty Girl site, how to make your own mini-sized toiletry “sticks” with plastic straws.  All you need are straws, Q-tips, toiletries, a Sharpie or similar marker, and an inexpensive bag sealer.

mini toiletry straws

Full instructions are at Mighty Girl:  Make Travel Size Toiletries With a Heat Sealer

 

 

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