Article: How to Answer the 31 Most Common Interview Questions

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Credit to TheMuse.com

This post from TheMuse.com is probably one of the most helpful reads regarding the joy of interviewing for jobs. As I am in this situation at the moment, I thought I would share.

Wouldn’t it be great if you knew exactly what questions a hiring manager would be asking you in your next job interview?

While we unfortunately can’t read minds, we’ll give you the next best thing: a list of the 31 most commonly asked interview questions and answers.

While we don’t recommend having a canned response for every interview question (in fact, please don’t), we do recommend spending some time getting comfortable with what you might be asked, what hiring managers are really looking for in your responses, and what it takes to show that you’re the right man or woman for the job.

Take a look at these questions and other articles helpful to job seekers. Good luck, friends!

xoxo, Elle

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Five Design Tweaks for a Fresh Start in 2019 — Discover

Give your site a makeover with these five quick design tips.

via Five Design Tweaks for a Fresh Start in 2019 — Discover

I highly recommend this article. Themes, headers, logos, fonts, and more to give your site a fresh new look for 2019. Thanks to the article, I have updated quite a few things on my blog. I encourage you to take a risk and break from the norm as well.

xoxo, Elle

Branding ABCs: Simple But Striking Typographical Logos

Quite a nice read. Quite helpful.

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A logo gives your website an instant pop of professionalism; it’s such a key part of any website that WordPress.com includes a Site Logo tool to make adding one as straightforward as possible.

What if you don’t have the resources to have someone create a logo, or aren’t confident in your design chops? Sometimes a few letters are all you need — all the following sites use their initials for graphic, memorable logos.


Simple Monograms

Monograms aren’t just for polo shirts, and simple doesn’t mean boring or unremarkable. Pick a font that matches your brand’s personality and add a color — there are infinite possibilities, so you can create something elegant, playful, or bold.

From left to right: interdisciplinary journal of arts and culture Michigan Quarterly Review, lifestyle and psychology site Farnam Street, media criticism site Columbia Journalism Review.


Not sure how to choose a font? Check out…

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Welcome to the World of Supermodel

Get ready to enter a new fashion phenomenon. World of Supermodel is a new online venture which will debut January 15th, 2019. Led by CEO, Tigan LaShay, WOS is sure to be an amazing and fresh take on the world of online shopping.

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Credit: World of Supermodel

World of Supermodel will be powered by Shopify, an e-commerce platform for ambitious entrepreneurs worldwide. Shopify powers over 600K businesses, 1M active users, and $82B in sales. The website also handles everything from marketing and payments, to secure checkout and shipping.

Established in Tampa, FL in 2018, this small business is already getting major hype. World of Supermodel’s Instagram has over 700+ followers and the fanbase is growing each day. WOS also has a FaceBook page.

Keep a watchful eye out for this fashionista’s rise to fame. As CEO, Tigan LaShay, says “The World is Yours. Take It!”

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CEO, Tigan LaShay, slaying it as usual

xoxo, Elle

 

New Year, New Me…just kidding.

Goodbye 20Gayteen! You will be missed!!

Sorry to disappoint, but I’m still me. Same old kooky, femme-goth, pansexual, bipolar(diagnosed), delicate flower. But I actually made a New Year’s resolution! I aced the one for 2018 up until the end of November. My resolution was to keep up with my Bullet Journal. I absolutely loved doing it, but then Thanksgiving happened and I absolutely loathe this time of year so I decided to say f*** that. Then I decided to focus on my blog and also the novel I’m working on. Continue reading “New Year, New Me…just kidding.”