Whether your cooking, working on your resume, or evaluating your finances, I’ve got links for you!
6 New Pantry Items Chosen By Top Chefs- If you like to be on the cutting edge of cooking, then you’ll want to read this article! Check out what ingredients some of the top American chefs are using in their kitchens today. I want to try the Red Boat Fish Sauce- one chef calls it “the extra-virgin olive oil of fish sauce”.
The Toilet of the Future- Innovative or gross? This two-in-one toilet of the future includes both a toilet and a sink. The water you use to wash your hands is then used to flush the toilet. It sounds cool, but I’m not sure how excited I would be to wash my hands inches away from my unflushed toilet. What do you think?
20 Important Financial Tasks to Do Each Year- As you might now, I try to keep on top of my finances, especially now that I only earn a part-time income. This checklist is a great reminder of the financial tasks you should take care of each year (which are often the tasks I forget about because they don’t need constant monitoring).
3 Ways to Emphasize Your ROI on Your Resume- In case you’re wondering, ROI stands for Return On Investment. This article has great tips about how to write your resume to show the benefits that a company will get when they hire you.
The Quagmire of Social Media Friendships- According to evolutionary psychologist and anthropologist Robin Dunbar, humans can only maintain 150 friendships. But what does this mean in an era of social media friendships, where people might have hundreds of facebook friends and thousands of twitter followers. The author of this article contemplates what “friendship” means today.
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