ANGEL CARD READING - 1/29/15 - Today’s card is from Doreen Virtue’s Magical Messages from the Fairies deck and is the “New Career” card. This card comes as an indication that the time is ripe for a career change, or a new path within your current line of work. Be open to all possibilities that come your way! Yellow Jasper will complement & enhance the energy of this card. Please use the code HCTUMBLR10 for 10% off your order.


Welcome to Our #conservationlands15 Social Media Takeover!

In 2000, Interior Secretary Bruce Babbitt linked special landscapes designated by the President or Congress into one conservation system named the National Landscape Conservation System, or National Conservation Lands. As a part of the 15th anniversary celebration this year, our National Conservation Lands team will take over the BLM’s national social media accounts on the 15th of each month.

The BLM’s National Conservation Lands include a great diversity of areas - from national monuments to wild and scenic rivers to wilderness and so much more. Across 877 landscapes, and approximately 30 million acres, we conserve, protect, and restore these nationally-significant landscapes that have outstanding cultural, ecological, and scientific values for the benefit of current and future generations.

So, what’s our plan for the #conservationlands15 days? We’ll include the landscape photos that you know and love. We’ll include fossil discoveries and scientific research, employee and intern profiles, cool wildlife information, and other happenings on our lands throughout the year.  And, we’ll probably throw in a little history and trivia, too!  By the end of the year, you’ll know the difference between a scenic and an historic trail. You’ll understand how we conserve your public lands, and how you can get involved in those conservation efforts.

We hope that you’ll follow along and enjoy the experience as we do each day here on the BLM’s National Conservation Lands!  

anonymous asked:

I really want a career in the fashion industry that pays well. Designing isn't really my thing but I need some other ideas and maybe some good schools to go along with it? I'm open to pretty much anything!! thanks so much!!

Check out a website like My Next Move. Go to “Browse Careers By Industry.” Type in “Fashion” and then search your little fucking heart out.

-The Sudden Adult


Watch Denmark’s Lars Andersen’s, one of the world’s fastest archer who puts Legolas and Katniss Everdeen to shame, showing us how movies should be shooting arrows. We’re talking about a guy who can hit his targets – even while jumping around!

Image description: makes a lot of great videos. One series is about cool jobs and careers that may spark your children’s interest. This one is about a Federal Wildlife Officer with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.

Learn about his typical day at the “office” and the people and animals he gets to work with and help. Then, check out some of the other careers and jobs like marine biologists, pilots, and even the White House Chef!

Tesco Close 43 UK Stores - Is Your Job Guaranteed For Life?

Tesco Close 43 UK Stores – Is Your Job Guaranteed For Life?

In this video, I talk about the news of Tesco closing 43 UK Stores.

With 2,000 potential jobs lost over the country and looking at all the past stories of jobs being lost in other areas – is your job guaranteed for life?

Once upon a time – we could get a job and be in that job for 10,15,20+ years. But now many people are finding that these jobs they have been in for years, ends – the company is…

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anonymous asked:

hi there! i'm a 15 year old living in canada and i've always wanted to be an astrophysicist. i love astronomy, physics, math and science in general so i think it would be a good career for me. but i'm a little confused about the jobs they do. could you possibly give me some examples of jobs astrophysicists have?

We’ve answered something similar to this before here. I’ve talked about the jobs in finance, programming, IT, google, manufacturing and the like.

But if you want to talk about the research jobs in astrophysics, there are a few usual things. There are astronomers, who make theories about the spacey things, and take images and spectra to confirm those theories. 

There are somewhat more mathsy astrophysicsts who use use maths to try and come up with theories that can be tested. A lot of them use computer modelling, and a lot of their work is concerned with how things, like galaxies, form.

Then there are the hyper mathsy cosmologists, who answer things about universe shapes and formation. Their theories are often harder to test because we lack the technology.

Then there are all the technicians and engineers, who build all the equipment and test it and help get some of it into space!

Basically so many of the jobs.