This is a quick summary of the top 10 songs I played in 2015. I have other plans for "2015 Review" type posts or videos, but they'll be coming soon/eventually. Note: not all the songs are from 2015- they just happened to be ones that I played.
1. Exo- El Dorado (2015) I admit this is a guilty pleaser. The bridge, chorus, rap all blends together amazingly, a pleasant surprise since the original trailer in 2012. Bonus awesome dance that I eventually plan on covering.
An interview is one of the key components of landing a new job. The preparation for it can be daunting, but with enough practice, you can have a higher chance of landing the position. Here's a list of the top 5 things you should definitely avoid for a job interview:
1. Don't know anything about the company: It tells the employer you haven't done your research on either the company or the position and that you don't care.
2. Haven't practice any of the questions- or asking questions: The only way to be confident when the hiring manager asks you questions (especially trick questions) is to practice good answers (and good questions) beforehand.
3. Don't have a proper resume/cover letter: Think of your resume as an attention grabber and the solid evidence of your mere existence to your employer. You should definitely avoid poor presentation, grammar, spelling, and descriptions.
4. Late or messy attire: There's nothing more despicable to a hiring manager than a potential employee being late or looking unprofessional. I highly recommend a suit for both men and women if you can't think of anything else to wear.
5. Don't downgrade previous employers or yourself: There will be trick questions that tells the hiring manager that your skills are not qualified, that you may not be trustworthy or worth hiring, and that you would not be a pleasant coworker to be around.
In the meantime, here are things I've personally found that you should do at minimum: Google common interview questions. Rehearse with a friend, or at least a mirror, to memorize what you're going to say and how you're going to say it- body language matters! Bring extra copies of your resume and a notepad. It is okay to write down the questions that you're going to ask the employer. Get rest, arrive early, and do some relaxation breathing before the interview.
This may be some harsh information, but, speaking from personal experience, it is reality. Here are some more information that saved me when I was researching and practicing for job interviews:
Happy Halloween! In the spirit of Halloween, I want to talk about- cosplaying. Cosplay (コスプレ kosupure), a portmanteau of the words costume play, is a hobby in which participants wear/make costumes to represent a specific fictional character.
I've been cosplaying off and on since 2008, mostly with friends or classmates. By no means am I a proficient cosplayer-- I have never done any photoshoots or professional modeling, and all masquerade skits I've been in are... admittedly crap. Therefore, I do have much more experience on how NOT to cosplay.
When editing images, you may sometimes want to use filters to easily make things look better or cooler. But what about when you want to make practical adjustments? This is a quick guide to 3 ways to tweak colors. And also a side entry to go with this "makeup tutorial" I made:
So let's go over what these 3 tools are and how they can best be used.
NOTE: This is not a sponsored post. More photos below.
So a ton of social media people has been promoting NatureBox in the last year and as YouTube trash, I finally gave in and tried one of their promos. I ordered: dried mango, mini Belgian waffles, salted caramel pretzel pops, chocolate granola, and mocha almond bars.
This is an old blog post I rediscovered about my disastrous trek through Eastern Europe in 2012-2013, that I can't believe it hasn't been published yet. I visited Italy, Czech Republic, Hungary, Austria, Slovakia, Poland and I felt it is now long overdue to finally compliment the random videos I shot on my vlog channel. It's a piece written entirely in the moment back when I was studying abroad: