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35 Brilliant Resume Designs Learn how to earn $125 or more per hour as a freelancer - Click Here Looking for hosting?. We recommend MediaTemple for web hosting. Use Code MTLOVESDESIGN for 20% off There is a part 2 to this post which is called 27 More Outstanding Resume Designs Part II. A well designed resume is a great way to stand out. Resume 2009 Infographic Resume Skills & Knowledge Resume RM Brand Identity Curriculum Vitae Curriculum Vitæ – Kaache Resume Print Resume My Resume Resume Resume Creative CV My Resume curriculum vitate Creative resume Resume – v2 My resume Curriculum Vitae CV Resume Website & resume 2010 Resume Illustration for CV My Resume Resume Full Designer Resume Resume 1 Self Promotional Package Mindview Resume Resume About brantwilson Brant Wilson is a staff writer for the DesignMag network.

Top 10 Recipes The Girl Who Ate Everything Earning my name, one bite at a time. Top 10 Recipes Welcome! If you’re new, this is a great place to start. These are the TOP 10 recipes on The Girl Who Ate Everything. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Honorable Mentions Ham and Cheese Sliders S’mores Cookies Share20Tweet1Share4Share535Share843 Speak Your Mind Comments Rachel Gum says: Thu, 05 Feb 2015 at 15:13:18 EDTI found your blog while looking through Pinterest looking for a trifle recipe, and you are amazing! About I'm Christy, The Girl Who Ate Everything. Fall Favorites Newsletter Get new recipes right in your inbox! Categories Halloween Treats My Cookbook Read all about The Girl Who Ate Everything Cookbook and where you can buy it HERE! The Girl Who Ate Everything See On Archives Return to top of page Copyright © 2015 · Design by Creative Girl Media · Web Hosting By RFE Hosting AddThis Sharing PinterestFacebookTwitterEmailStumbleUponTumblr Hide Show AddThis

TwistedSifter 40+ Interesting Pinterest Boards for Designers Only recently, the startup social pinboard site Pinterest, has taken the social bookmarking scene by storm as it earned its fame as the fastest growing social networking site. Since then, Pinterest continues to grow and now it hold a #45 Alexa ranking making popular social bookmark sites like digg.com, delicious.com, stumbleupon.com look like they had better days (see screenshot from Alexa at the bottom). This soaring popularity of Pinterest has caught the attention of designers and other creative individuals, and in no time, the virtual pinboard became popular among the design community. One reason for this is the simple yet powerful Pinterest interface and how great it is for structuring work, ideas, inspiration etc. and at the same time build an online portfolio to show of some creative juice. Pinterest provide a convenient and visual way for users to see, repin and comment on other users collections and pins and the pleasure of doing this is what makes Pinterest so viral. Sonny M.

Top 10 keyboard shortcuts everyone should know Using keyboard shortcuts can greatly increase your productivity, reduce repetitive strain, and help keep you focused. For example, to copy text, you can highlight text and press the Ctrl + C shortcut. The shortcut is faster than moving your hands from the keyboard, highlighting with the mouse, choosing copy from the file menu, and then returning to the keyboard. Below are the top 10 keyboard shortcuts we recommend everyone memorize and use. Ctrl + C or Ctrl + Insert and Ctrl + X Both Ctrl + C and Ctrl + Insert will copy the highlighted text or selected item. Ctrl + V or Shift + Insert Both the Ctrl + V and Shift + Insert will paste the text or object that's in the clipboard. Use the above text input fields to highlight the "Cut or copy this text" text and press either Ctrl + C to copy or Ctrl + X to Cut the text. Ctrl + Z and Ctrl + Y Pressing Ctrl + Z will Undo any change. Use the above text input field to highlight some or all of the text and then press Ctrl + X to cut the text. Ctrl + F

Surreal video works Film This video by Sam Spreckley is called 'Surface ii' and is a combination of 8mm film being destroyed and some awesome sound effects. The perfect collaboration of vague sounds with surreal images makes this video a great piece of art. The video below is called 'Oil and Water' and is also a definite recommendation! Design Ideas and Tech Concepts - Toxel.com Top Ten Cheap All-Inclusive Resorts | TripCurator Jewel Runaway Beach and Golf Resort is Jamaica's premier foliage-tucked, ocean-framed island retreat. Complete with an 18-hole championship golf course and miles of sandy beaches, Runaway Bay is ideal for the traveler with the "pay and don't think about it again" mentality. Included in your fees is all meals and snacks; and you have six different eating establishments to choose from. Five bars will serve you unlimited premium drinks, all non-motorized water sports and your green fees are complimentary, and free transfers will shuttle you to and from the airport. Surrounded by a lush palm grove, Playa del Carmen's Riu Tequila is the ultimate in relaxing atmospheres, where the only thing you're obligated to do is put your feet up. All-inclusive digs on the island of Aruba are hard to come by unless you're in a towering, chain resort where the number of rooms exceeds the number of beach chairs. The one-time-rulers of Tulum built spectacular cities out of just stone and mortar.

10 Strange Things Your Mind Can Do 10 Ships with Unusual Large Cargo Heavy lift vessels are quite amazing vessels, built to load, carry and discharge large, unusual shaped cargoes (or even smaller vessels) that will simply not fit inside the holds of conventional vessels. Unusual cargoes can include power plants, submarines, desalination units,oil platform, generators and yachts. Continue reading Top 10 Weirdest Places Around the World Did you know there is a cinema in the middle of the desert? Continue reading Breathtaking Libraries Around the World Everyone has some kind of place that makes them feel transported to a magical realm. Continue reading 9 Cool Gadgets That Everyone Wants to Have at Home From a secret agent-like popup garage to a Lego wall, take a look at these 9 things you definitely want in your home. Continue reading 6 Wicked Beach Sculptures Placed Just To Scare You Continue reading Strangest Graveyards Around the World From a Phone booth graveyardto the Coke machine graveyard. Continue reading

A Boy In Mid Air Top Ten Tips -- The Punctuation Guide 1. Use apostrophes correctly Maybe it’s because of its diminutive size, but the apostrophe tends to be neglected and misused in equal measure. The apostrophe is used to form possessives (e.g., the school’s faculty, our family’s crest, the shirt’s collar, Bill Thomas’s house) and certain contractions (e.g., it’s, let’s, she’s, they’re, I’ve, don’t). The apostrophe is not used to form most plurals (e.g., she is looking at several schools, the families have similar crests, these shirts are on sale, we are dining with the Thomases). 2. Periods and commas go inside quotation marks, even if they aren’t part of the material being quoted. “Any further delay,” she said, “would result in a lawsuit.” His latest story is titled “The Beginning of the End”; wouldn't a better title be “The End of the Beginning”? 3. When a parenthetical element is included at the end of a larger sentence, the terminal punctuation for the larger sentence goes outside the closing parenthesis. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

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