How to Stick to Your Prices

September 14, 2016

By: Alek Sabin Working as a freelancer or running your own business brings a large assortment of trials and tribulations that one must overcome every day. One of the most important factors of this lifestyle is being able to maintain a steady revenue so that you can support yourself and your family. This fact must […]

On the Question of Attention Spans and Boredom

September 5, 2016

By: Christine Hill   A study last year conducted by Microsoft found that since the year 2000 (about the time when digital devices became ubiquitous), the average human attention span has shrunk from 12 seconds to 8 seconds.   While most people respond to this revelation with a cry bemoaning the loss of focus and […]

Top Benefits from Working in a Ski Resort

August 12, 2016

Anyone who has always dreamed of working in a ski resort probably has one major motivator in mind: the amazing powder! For most mere mortals, skiing is an activity that can only be pursued in the holidays; those living in warmer climes, meanwhile, often have to wait until the winter season to feel the freedom of […]

Planning Your Vacation in Vietnam (Maybe Even Get Some Business Done)

August 11, 2016

By Christine Hill The days of communist strictures and hostile relationships with Western society are at an end for Vietnam. In their wake, we see an awakening country full of friendly locals, breathtaking scenery, rich cultural heritage, growing economy, and great prices for international visitors.   Some General Information about Vietnam   The great prices […]

7 Ways to Be Less Stressed at Work

By: Maurine Anderson Are you tired of work being a source of stress in your life? Work might be your least favorite place to be, but it doesn’t have to be. Here are some tips for being less stressed while you’re at work, so you can actually look forward to heading to work in the […]

The Best Apps And Websites For Learning A Foreign Language

August 8, 2016

In the world of winter sports, speaking a foreign language can give you a considerable advantage. Many mountain resorts cater to an international clientele, and the ability to communicate with customers in their own language will help you out greatly. What’s more, learning new languages brings undoubted cognitive and psychological benefits. Learning a foreign language from […]

How to Survive Job Interview Anxiety

July 29, 2016

If you are getting ready to be interviewed for the ski resort job of your dreams and you are feeling a little anxious, who could blame you? Job interviews are the typical situation that ‘put you on the spot’, with interviewees expecting you to be your best, most dynamic self on the day they meet […]

What Does It Take To Be A Ski Instructor?

July 25, 2016

If you love to ski, getting paid to do it all day sounds like a dream come true. And it is an absolutely fantastic job! However, it’s not all fun on the mountain and apres ski – there’s hard work involved as well. If you’re not capable of keeping punctual, precise hours, keeping your cool with […]

A Basic Guide to Dealing with Depression at Work

July 15, 2016

Christine Hill Mary is a mother of two. She has a great husband, two kids, and a part-time job that keeps life interesting. She’s grateful for her life, but at some point, she just starts getting tired. Something changes. She’s had sad spells before, but this is something different. None of her favorite activities and […]

What to Do When You’re Out of Money

July 7, 2016

By: Darci Maxwell   Running out of money before your next paycheck is a stressful experience.  Unfortunately you need money in order to survive in this world.  Read on to learn what you should do if you’re out of money and still have a bit of time before you get paid again.   Make A […]