Adulting: life skills

There will be many situations in your adulthood where you may be asked to make a presentation, here are tips to help you make a good one.
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Whether you’ve got a part-time job, or getting pocket money from your parents, here are a few ways you can keep track of your dollars and cents.
We’ve all had the suspicion that we lose our hairpins, keys or umbrellas because they grow legs and hide away from us, when most of the time we’re the ones to blame. These six tips will help you stop losing your things once and for all.
Whether it’s a presentation in class, a pitch to your boss or a public event, there might come a time in your life when you will need to speak in front of a crowd. Even if you definitely, absolutely, most certainly hate it with the fire of a thousand suns.
There’s no use simply setting yourself a goal if you don’t know how to get there, or how you’ll motivate yourself – you’ve got to be smarter than that.
We know that getting along with an ‘enemy’ can be tough, but one important aspect of being an adult is learning how to effectively do this in a calm and mature way.
Independence is something a lot of us crave as teenagers – but once it’s thrust upon us we don’t always know how to handle it.
You’ve sent out loads of CVs, and you FINALLY receive an email from the company of your dreams, saying they want to meet you in person. Now, the only thing standing between you and your ideal job is the interview. That’s a lot of stress.
Today, sending and receiving messages is instantaneous and there are so many options: Facebook Messenger, WhatsApp, Line, WeChat, private messages on Instagram, Twitter, Snapchat, and so on. So sending an email seems like a thing of the past.
Every week, we’ll teach you a new soft skill that’ll help you get ahead in life as an adult – whether that’s learning how to do your own laundry, or dealing with conflict.