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Top 10 rude things bosses do

The Top Ten Rude Things Bosses Do
 
According to a recent survey, here are the top ten. Do you agree?
 
 
1.  Interrupting.
 
2.  Being judgmental.
 
3.  Not showing interest in other people's opinions.
 
4.  Taking the best tasks, and leaving the worst ones for everyone else.
 
5.  Failing to pass along necessary information.
 
6.  Not saying please and thank you.
 
7.  Talking down to people.
 
8.  Taking too much credit for things.
 
9.  Swearing.
 
10.  Putting other people down.
 
 The survey also asked for rude things CO-WORKERS do.  The top answers included texting during meetings . . . taking you for granted . . . and always volunteering to do the EASY stuff.
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Mumford and Sons on Jimmy Kimmel 2015

If you didn't see Mumford and Sons when they were on Jimmy Kimmel the other week......O-M-G. You have to watch this! It's hilarious!



 
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5 Body Brain Teasers to try. How many can you do??

Wow I am HORRIBLE at most of these......what does that say about me?? I need to do some brain exercises maybe lol!? Give them a try, how good are you?!



 
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WOW! She is definitely awkward haha

Kristen Stewart seems like she is definitely one of those actresses who is in her element when she is on stage, not being interviewed haha. 



 
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10 things you shouldn't own after 30

Ten Things You Shouldn't Own After 30
 
Someone posted a list of the top ten things you shouldn't own after you turn 30.  Here's what they came up with:
 
 
1.  Unframed posters.
 
2.  Trophies from high school.
 
3.  Too much IKEA furniture.  One or two things is okay, but not your entire place.
 
4.  A collection of shot glasses.
 
5.  A lava lamp.
 
6.  A huge shelf full of DVDs.  And the same goes for CDs.
 
7.  Picture frames with inspirational messages on them, like "Live, love, laugh."  One or two are okay, but not 20.
 
8.  A beanbag chair.
 
9.  Glow-in-the-dark stars that go on your ceiling, unless they're in your kid's bedroom.
 
10.  Fake plants.  By the time you're 30, you should be able to keep a REAL plant alive.

 
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Consider This When Setting Your Wedding Date

Right on target article from Lover.ly...

The moment you announce your engagement, your friends and family are sure to ask, "So when's the wedding?!" Before you get overwhelmed by the deluge of questions about your wedding date, here are a few key things to consider:
1. Season. Do you want to marry indoors or out? On the beach, at a hotel or in a cozy mountain lodge? Consider the style of wedding you'd like to have and the right season for it as you begin to think about your wedding date.
2. Budget. Believe it or not, it's more expensive to marry in June than it is in November. If you're on a tight budget, consider marrying in the off-season. Alternatively, venues are often cheaper to rent on non-Saturdays -- meaning any other day of the week. Marrying on a Friday, Sunday, or during the workweek can be a tough thing to ask of your guests, but if you're having a relatively small wedding and give people plenty of notice, we're certain your friends and family will understand.
3. Destination. Dreaming of a destination wedding? You'll want to investigate the weather patterns in your desired wedding locale before making any commitments. Keep in mind hurricane season afflicts the Caribbean and many of our eastern states, so do some thorough research before you book a venue. Also, keep in mind the flexibility of your wedding guests: Destination weddings are often smaller than at-home affairs, but if there are VIPs you want to have at your wedding (think elderly grandparents) you might want to consider tying the knot closer to home.
4. Your schedule. Many couples want to take a honeymoon immediately after the big day, so be sure you can get enough time off of work or school to accommodate your busy pre-wedding schedule and your post-wedding vacation. Also consider the busy times of year in your profession: accountants, for instance, will probably want to avoid marrying between January and April.
5. Significant dates.  Numerically-significant dates often fill up fast. These types of wedding dates make your anniversary date easy to remember. You could also choose to marry on a day that's significant for you -- perhaps the anniversary of the first time you met, or your first date -- or on a date that's special to your family, like your grandparents' wedding anniversary, for example. You can explain the significance of your chosen date in your program, on you wedding website, or somewhere else at your wedding.
6. Venue availability. If you have your heart set on marrying at a particular venue, you'll need to check their availability early on. Many traditional wedding venues book weddings 12 to 18 months in advance, though non-traditional venues may be more flexible.
7. Guests' schedules. While the most important people at your wedding are you and your spouse-to-be, you'll want to ensure you pick a date on which all or most of your VIPs are available. Is one of your cousins getting married on the other side of the country? Don't pick a date too close to that event or you'll be competing for guests who have to take time off work to travel.
8. Photographer availability. If you want to work with a popular wedding photographer, you'll need to get in touch with them soon after you begin your wedding planning to check their availability. Be flexible, though, and know that there are plenty of great photographers out there if you just can't nail down Elizabeth Messina!
9. Health of the marrying couple and family members. If there are ongoing health issues affecting you, your spouse-to-be or members of your family, you'll want to take that into consideration when setting your wedding date. Do you need to marry sooner rather than later on account of an ailing grandparent? If so, be flexible with your date and accommodate those who matter most to you.
10. Holidays. There are pros and cons to marrying on or near a holiday. On the one hand, if you marry around a holiday like Christmas, your friends and family may have traveled back home already and no extra travel costs are required. On the other hand, families are often very busy around Christmas and food and venues prices shoot sky high. Some venues also book up quickly around the holidays for family gatherings. But tying the knot around a holiday like Labor Day, however, can be a boon for marrying couples: You can often get a better price on a venue on a Sunday, and your guests won't have to take extra time off work over the long weekend. Plus, attending a wedding on a long weekend is a nice excuse for a little getaway.

Get more wedding information here:
http://lover.ly/planning/wedding-planning/10-things-to-consider-when-setting-your-wedding-date/7836/
 
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Robin Williams tribute

Today, August 11th, marks 1 year since we lost Robin Williams.

 
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Cutest Video EVER!!!

Oh my goshhhh. Sweetest video ever!!!!! 


 
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Haha I need to be in this car

These car rides that the host does are absolutely incredible


 
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Rachel Platton performing on The View

She also talked about how she almost gave up on music.



 
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