CHARLOTTE, N.C. — A NASCAR driver who will hit the track in Charlotte on Tuesday is doing something a little special for a family member. Angela Ruch’s father-in-law died from the coronavirus just weeks ago.
Apple cider vinegar is to hair like coffee is to creamer. You don’t necessarily need it, but try it once and you (likely) won’t go back.
DpHue Apple Cider Vinegar Hair Rinse is a Byrdie-approved apple cider vinegar hair product. You won’t find yourself missing the lather with this shampoo alternative—it leaves hair looking and feeling smooth, clean, and frizz-free.
Full article here: https://www.byrdie.com/apple-cider-vinegar-for-hair
Lisa Vanderpump hardly has time to breathe. The executive producer and star of Bravo’s Vanderpump Rules owns five restaurants in two states, a wine company, a lighting collection, a dog boutique and an animal-rescue center. Heck, she even has her own line of emojis. But as busy as she is, ask Vanderpump about the pets she shares with her husband, Ken Todd, and she has all the time in the world to stop and talk. “We have six dogs, and each one is so important to us,” she says.
The pandemic has devastated huge swaths of American business, from retail to restaurants, airlines to advertising. The thought that companies should now begin to implement rehiring strategies might seem wildly counterintuitive. Actually, this is exactly the time to start if you want to maintain a competitive advantage in the talent market.
When we emerge on the other side of the COVID crisis, it will be a company’s hiring brand — not its service or product brand — that matters most. With an unprecedented number of employees furloughed or fired, companies will need to quickly scale up to meet customer demand.
If you think COVID-19 has screwed up your career even before you’ve had one, join the crowd. Some 20.5 million people have lost jobs or had employment opportunities disappear over the past two months. Yes, it sucks, just like it did for the 8.8 million who had no paycheck during the 2008 financial crisis. But many of those people ended up in better situations than the ones they left behind.
Mullings suggests finding 20 companies you’d like to work at, then follow them and the people who work there. Look at 10 of their posts and find 10 to “like,” four to comment on and two to share. Add something useful to the conversation. That way you’ll be seen as part of their circle.
Angela Martini – Angela is a former Miss Universe and model. She came to the US to pursue that dream when she was asked to represent her birth country of Albania in the Miss Universe contest. Today she wrote a memoir called “Love, Hope, Light” where she tells her story about facing transitions & obstacles, life as a top model, career changes.
Full podcast here: https://www.spreaker.com/user/stuartvenerradio/ame-radio-show-5-16-20
Those considered as great people in history have all lived for a strong purpose. Great people, the ones we remember, are those who continued to fight through adversity for what they believe in.
Many of you many know Lisa Vanderpump as a long-time Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star and the grand dame of it’s spin-off Vanderpump Rules. Others may have had the pleasurable experience of dining at one of her world-class restaurants, institutions in Beverly Hills, West Hollywood. But most recently, Lisa has been devoting time to her philanthropic efforts.
Full article here: https://www.millionairessmagazine.com/contributors/lisa-vanderpump
Every CTO or VP of engineering is constantly looking for ways to boost their current QA strategy and deliver quality at speed, time and time again.
Especially in a tech world where 71% of app users churn within 90 days, engineering teams are under a huge amount of pressure to deliver great quality products that impress hard-to-please customers. And with lightning-quick SDLCs now being added into the mix, it seems that any way to streamline QA processes is music to the ears of tech professionals.
That’s where automation comes in.
Automation is the buzzword on everyone’s lips in the world of software development and beyond. The mantra seems to be: if you can automate something… automate it.
Repetitive tasks are now being carried out by AI rather than humans, and so much of our daily lives can be automated, right down to how we make our coffee in the morning. Those who champion automation hail the speed, ease and scale at which it can be carried out.
So, should you be automating your testing too? Let’s find out!
A former miss Albania who placed at the top six on Miss Universe and top model turned author Angela Martini has just what you need. Her book guides readers through doubt, anxiety and fear providing key takeaways that we can apply during this pandemic.