24 October 2005

Today's Forecast

Posted by ~*Dandelicious Princess*~ at 9:06:00 AM
Apa yang dibebelkan nye sebenarnye neh? Aku tak paham! Ape lak kaitan ngan aku? xde.. xde... Hu..Hu..

Am I doing the right thing?

Posted by ~*Dandelicious Princess*~ at 8:48:00 AM
I just let luck flew away in front of me... from my own grasp.....

Hope I'll get something worth it!!!!!

18 October 2005

Quiz: What's Your Dream Job?

Posted by ~*Dandelicious Princess*~ at 8:24:00 AM
By Tag and Catherine Goulet, FabJob.com

Do you ever feel you still don't know what you want to be when you grow up?

If you're dissatisfied with your work but aren't sure what you'd like to do -- you just know what you're doing now isn't it -- you can find some clues to your dream career by looking at what you enjoy doing in your time off.

Your answers to the following questions can help you start to identify the type of jobs you'd most likely enjoy:

1. If you had an evening off, what would you rather do?

a. Go to a party.
b. Stay home and surf the Internet.
c. Work on a hobby such as scrapbooking or model building.
d. Go to a movie.

2. Which section of the newspaper do you turn to first?

a. The advice column or letters to the editor
b. News
c. Sports
d. Entertainment

3. What would you prefer to do at a party?

a. Greet people at the door.
b. Join in a discussion of current events.
c. Make hors d'oeuvres.
d. Entertain.

4. Which book would you rather receive as a gift?

a. Chicken Soup for the Soul.
b. A Brief History of Time.
c. How Things Work.
d. An art book for your coffee table.

5. What would you rather do in your spare time?

a. Catch up with friends over coffee.
b. Organize your closets.
c. Garden or do home renovations.
d. Write poetry.

6. It’s your turn to choose the movie. What’s your first choice?

a. A romantic comedy such as Sleepless in Seattle.
b. A thought-provoking drama such as A Beautiful Mind.
c. An action-adventure movie such as Star Wars.
d. An independent film such as What the Bleep Do We Know?

7. You’re at a social event. Who would you rather join?

a. A large group that is laughing a lot.
b. A small group having a lively discussion.
c. Several people playing a game such as pool or darts.
d. An individual who looks like an interesting person.

8. You have the chance to be on a reality show. You choose:

a. A show where your interpersonal skills can help you win, such as Survivor, The Apprentice, or The Bachelor.
b. None. You think reality shows are a mindless waste of time.
c. A show that gives you the chance to work hands-on to improve something, such as Trading Spaces.
d. A show where you can win on the basis of your talent, such as American Idol, Last Comic Standing, or The Cut.

9. Which of the following would your friends say best describes you?

a. A people person
b. Intelligent
c. Handy
d. Creative

Your answers can give you some clues to your ideal career. While virtually all careers involve working with people, information and things, and many allow some creativity in doing the job, most careers focus on one particular aspect and most of us have a distinct preference.

If you answered mostly A's, your ideal career probably involves working with people. According to Human Resources Development Canada’s National Occupation Classification, these careers may involve: mentoring, negotiating, instructing, consulting, supervising, persuading, speaking, serving or assisting. Possible career choices include: teacher, human resources, flight attendant, life coach, daycare worker, personal assistant.

If you answered mostly B's, your ideal career probably involves working with information. These careers may include tasks such as synthesizing, coordinating, analyzing, compiling, computing, copying or comparing. Possible career choices include: library assistant, editor, web developer, professional organizer, accountant or private investigator.I

If you answered mostly C's, your ideal career probably involves working with things. Tasks you might do in these careers include setting up, precision working, controlling, driving, operating, tending, feeding or handling. Possible career choices include: chef, repair person, carpenter, collectibles dealer, veterinary assistant and mechanic.

If you answered mostly D's, your ideal career is probably creative. Possible career choices include: writer, photographer, musician, interior decorator, graphic artist, fashion designer. Of course there are many more careers to choose from, but knowing your preferred type can help you narrow down the choices.

Tag and Catherine Goulet are co-CEOs of FabJob.com, a leading publisher of career guides offering step-by-step advice for breaking into a variety of dream careers. Visit www.FabJob.com

13 October 2005

I couldn't resist, so I post!!

Posted by ~*Dandelicious Princess*~ at 9:51:00 AM
I'm quite obsess with my hair (and a lil bit shy to admit it. *blush*). I turned to be like this after I found that my 'fine' (too exaggerate to use the word nice, beautiful or awesome. yaiks!!) hair become 'not nice' (too bad to use the word horrific. hihihi..).

I did readings on hair treatment or preservation and etc lately and found them as very nice stuffs. Enjoy this!

+ Hair: Pump Up Your Volume! +

It's back: big, sexy, full-body hair. Here, the pros reveal their top tress-transforming tricks.

1 Cleanse carefully: Use volumizing conditioner and shampoo (even if you have curly hair) and apply conditioner only to ends. "These products are formulated explicitly not to weigh hair down," explains London-based stylist Peter Gray.Try: Dove Extra Volume Shampoo and Conditioner

2 Give your roots a boost: "Everyone can benefit from a root lifter," says celebrity stylist Harry Josh. Apply the product before blowing dry, from midshaft to root -- unless your hair is fine, in which case you should aim for the base of your roots only.Try: Aveda Volumizing Tonic

3 A better blow-dry: For maximum oomph, lift sections of hair toward the sky as you blow-dry, directing hot air toward your scalp. This "cooks" the roots and dries them in an upright and lifted position.

4 Upside-down is not a do: Flipping your head over to blow-dry gives your hair width (think Bride of Frankenstein), not height (think Gisele), notes Josh.

5 Learn to back-brush: Instead of teasing your tresses with a comb (a surefire way to get volume, even if your locks are limper than yesterday's linguine), use a flat-backed brush, which will damage your hair less since the bristles are spaced apart more widely, says Gray. His favorite brand? Mason Pearson.

6 Try a tail: If you have natural volume but can't quite seem to rein it in, New York City-based Aveda stylist Ted Gibson suggests a look he calls "The Puff" (see model at far right). Start with a moisturizing shampoo and conditioner, then apply a cream-based styler. Next, diffuse your wet locks and gather into a high pony. The result? Sexy but subdued body.Try: Matrix Biolage Hydrating Shampoo and Conditioning Balm, Redken Contour 08 Shaping Lotion

7 Mist, don't douse: The ultimate volume slayer: heavy hairspray. If you must use a finishing product, Gibson recommends spritzing it into the air and walking through the ensuing cloud. Or, spray it onto your hands and then run them over your tresses.Try: Suave Professionals Flexible Hold Finishing Spray

8 Exaggerate your ends: If your hair is curly or wavy, you tend to have body at your roots and straggly ends. For balance, Kerry Warn, who has styled volume vixen Nicole Kidman, often blow-dries hair straight first, then adds body back in using a curling iron or rollers from midshaft down.

Job - Seven Cover Letters Don'ts

Posted by ~*Dandelicious Princess*~ at 9:01:00 AM
By the time I posted this.. I dont really read this but I'm sure that this stuff is very useful. Do take a glance! (especially to me)

+ By Tag and Catherine Goulet, co-CEOs of FabJob.com +

When you meet someone new, what is the first thing you notice about them? Maybe you notice a nice smile, a pair of Jimmy Choo shoes, or beautiful brown eyes.

Now imagine someone has a piece of spinach between his teeth, toilet paper stuck to his shoe, or is avoiding eye contact. While these may not be the kinds of things you'd hold against someone, an employer may not be as forgiving if her first impression is not a good one.

Before an employer sees your résumé or meets you in person, they begin forming an impression about you from your cover letter. Here's a sample that includes mistakes we've seen in actual cover letters:

Dear Sirs:
I saw you're ad. This is the kind of job I've been looking for. I'm pretty sure I would enjoy it and it would be good experience for me. I've already sent out a bunch of résumés without much luck so I hope you'll hire me. As you can see I have everything your looking for. Its you're loss if you don't hire me. Call me at 555-1234.
Andy Applicant

You can learn from "Andy's" mistakes by avoiding the following don'ts in your own cover letters:

1. Don't address the letter "Dear Sirs". The person reading your letter may be a woman who won't be impressed with this salutation. Instead, find out the name of the person who will be reviewing your résumé by contacting the company's human resources department, or address your letter "Attention: Human Resources Department" if they won't give you a name.

2. Don't forget to say which position you are applying for. Many companies advertise more than one position at a time.

3. Don't send a cover letter that has not been thoroughly proofread. Typographical and grammatical errors (such as confusing "you're" with "your") create a poor impression.

4. Don't focus on what you want. In this case the applicant said he thought he'd enjoy the job and get experience. Focus instead on what value you can bring to the employer, such as increasing revenues or cutting costs.

5. Don't send a generic letter. You can make a much better impression by mentioning the company name and doing a little research so you can say something flattering about the company. You can learn what companies pride themselves on, including their products and achievements, by checking their Web sites.

6. Don't appear desperate. Avoid comments such as "I've already sent out a bunch of résumés without much luck." Employers may wonder if there's a good reason why no one else has hired you.

7. Don't challenge them to hire you. Employers will be turned off if you say something like "It's your loss if you don't hire me." Instead, show them, with examples of your accomplishments, why you would be an asset to their company.

Remember, to leave a good impression, treat your cover letter as if it were the first meeting with your potential employer. Not many employers will give you a second chance (i.e. an interview) if you leave them with a bad first impression. So, make your cover letter count, even if you have some leftover lunch stuck between your teeth while you are writing it.

Tag and Catherine Goulet, "The Breaking In Experts," are co-CEOs of FabJob.com, a publisher of guides on how to break into a fabulous career. Visit www.FabJob.com.

12 October 2005

The Nerd? Geek? or Dork? Test

Posted by ~*Dandelicious Princess*~ at 10:32:00 AM
The Internet says that I am: Joe Normal , 47 % Nerd, 34% Geek, 34% Dork to be exact, at least according to The Nerd? Geek? or Dork? Test. Their findings state:

For The Record:

A Nerd is someone who is passionate about learning/being smart/academia.
A Geek is someone who is passionate about some particular area or subject, often an obscure or difficult one.
A Dork is someone who has difficulty with common social expectations/interactions.

You scored less than half in all three, earning you the title of: Joe Normal.

This is not to say that you don’t have some Nerd, Geek or Dork inside of you - we all do, and you can see the percentages you have right above. This is just to say that none of those qualities stand out so much as to define you. Sure, you enjoy an episode of Star Trek now and again, and yeah, you kinda enjoyed a few classes back in the day. And, once in a while, you stumble while walking down the street even though there was nothing there to cause you to trip. But, for the most part, you look and act fairly typically, and aren’t much of an outcast.

p/s: Let me introduce you to an abnormal. heheheh.. I mean.. not a 'normal joe'.
>>Modern, Cool Nerd<<

ScaRe to WHATT?!!!

Posted by ~*Dandelicious Princess*~ at 8:56:00 AM

Giving quick scan to my former posts, I found that I posted things that not about me, myself. Most of my previous posts are about humorous articles, interesting events n others edited pic.

Damn what am I doing! Muahahah! Then I found myself very afraid to expose myself in the public even I no need to stand in crowds. The other thing is I a bit scare if I did nonsense writings or if I write with grammatical error. Actually, I involve in this blog world because I want to improve my English since I find my English is getting worse and I'm unable gain English skills while working in Terengganu + er... I'm scared!

This damn 'scare' feelings is the same as I feel when I'm in the water... swimming. Weirdly,I love swimming!

Wtf, I hate this feelings so damn!!!!

11 October 2005

I (heart) Google

Posted by ~*Dandelicious Princess*~ at 10:13:00 AM
Step One: Go to Google.
Step Two: Type in “failure.”
Step Three: Click “I’m Feeling Lucky.”
Step Four: Choose one of the following, curse Google or laugh hysterically.


02 October 2005

Believe it or Not? MUAHAHAHAHAHHA!!!

Posted by ~*Dandelicious Princess*~ at 11:20:00 AM

My Horoscope Forecast Today

Posted by ~*Dandelicious Princess*~ at 9:44:00 AM

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