The great news about simple living is it is just that- more simple for us! This means we don’t need to buy extra things and we don’t need to spend money changing our lifestyle or adapting our homes. We can live a more straightforward life right where we are and with what we have right now and that is a lovely thought! Just as self-care isn’t the self-care industry, slow living doesn’t need to be expensive either.
The very heart of the ethos is to let go of extra habits that take our time and very often our money for little to no benefit. In recent years, there has been (rather ironically) a consumerist approach to living more simply because when companies see a lifestyle gaining momentum, they will work out how to profit from it. For example take home cooking. There has been a lovely shift towards eating healthier, using less ready meals and having more whole foods. This change has also been accompanied by a multitude of extra gadgets- juicers, blenders, air fryers, dehydrators, slow cookers, rice cookers, spiralisers, and the list goes on. In the past when people lived from their own gardens more and ate local, fresh produce, they did not need all of these appliances, so what is it that makes us feel we need to?
A fantastic short video that explains the changes to the GCSE grading system.
So you are looking for a job. Whether part-time or otherwise, an apprenticeship or direct to the company. Your CV is the first impression that you will make on a prospective employer, so getting it right is paramount. It can be difficult, particularly when you have never written a CV previously. So here are a few top tips on how to write your CV.
Firstly, ensure you have all the basics. The main points that everyone should have on their CV are:
You are the title!
Don’t write CV or Curriculum Vitae as the main title for your CV. It’s your CV – you’re the star here so put your name as the main title.
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With regard to education, there exists a statutory obligation that you are still provided with the opportunity to learn as any other student of compulsory school age.