I really want to be a professional chef when I'm older! I have a passion for food and love to cook. I cook dinner for my family usually once a week when my mom is busy and I'm always making brownies or cakes. Do you know anyone who is a chef or owns a returaunt? I really want to know how hard it is to break into the buissness.
What was important during that time?
Me and my boyfriend are planning on moving in together in the coming year. What things do we need to plan, i.e. location, budget, etc.
We will be renting, not buying.
My son is getting bad grades in 5th grade. I study with him after school; but I work full time--I can only do so much cooking and cleaning and studying plus work.
I'm not paying for a tutor; I'm paying for private school already--he has 10 kids in his class. And I did all the encouragement and consulting with the teacher. I tell my husband to help; but he is incompetent in helping and getting results. My kids respond to me; I don't think I can ignore that.
I'm a nurse working 5 days a week in a big corporation; I moved from a job I had for 2 years to a new job in Oct thinking it would be better for my family. But the job is awful--demands are unrealistic and the office has no patience to train a new person. I talked to the office manager about my concerns but things aren't improving.
So, i'm thinking of asking for a job in the corporation for 3 days a week. I could help my son more, but my salary would be less and maybe not guarunteed. I think my household could survive with less money. But should I take the chance and maybe wind up with crankier people than I work with now? I don't want a rep as a trouble maker--been with the company 13 years with excellent reviews.
What should I do?
Also other help by answering;
How was they were expected to behave in 1911 ?
If it was different then for rich and poor women ?
How might it be similar to today?
and what they did most of their time? and why?
I have an AS level Business Studies question that is about a business that almost went under, but pulled through and is now successful. The question reads; 'Crussh received no government support during its set up phase. Should the government invest in the business now? Explain your answer.' Surely the only money the government have is from tax, and so they shouldn't invest it if there is the chance they could lose it. I'm thinking that it isn't part of their job to invest. I'm really not sure, so any help would be useful. Please explain your answers! Thank you in advance :)
What was life like in a castle? Medieval times. As different people in a castle.
Please provide me with as much information as you can give to me, as I need to type up 3-4 pages on what life was like in a castle and from different people. Like all the different jobs people and the children, lord and lady, and all the activities they would do. All the events they would have, and entertainment and food and everything. Punishments and crimes?
Little experience , no degree
healthcare w/ dental
Paulus Tanis born April 28, 1793, in Ouddorp, was the son of Cornelis Dirksen Tanis and Caatje Tijsdr. Heerschap. Paulus married Johanna Longstraat in Ouddorp on December 7, 1827. Johanna was born June 20, 1806, in Ouddorp. She was the daughter of Pieter Longstras and Claartje Venneman. They had several children who immigrated to Chicago after the death of their father in 1870.
The latest I can find evidence of Johanna Longstraat Tanis is in the 1880 census when she is enumerated in the household of ther daughter Jannetje and husband Peter Brain (enumerated as P Brain in the 1880 census) Source Information:
Census Place Calumet, Cook, Illinois
Family History Library Film 1254200
NA Film Number T9-0200
Page Number 379C
After 1880... I'm stumped!! Can anyone give me any ideas on where to look next. I've tried the statewide death indexes online and to no avail. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
I need some basic information about Chinese communes :)
Is it true that the communes had to share their incomes?
A voting in PTA elections.
b serving on juries.
c attending colleges and universities.
d taking government jobs.
I'm considering applying for the position... I was wondering exactly what their duties are. Making the bed, etc, etc?
There is such a pressure in today's society to work. For everyone to work. And yet, women keep complaining that they are not offered the same level of compensation for the jobs that they are able to get, or that they aren't taken seriously when applying for higher paying jobs that men usually hold.
I am a stay at home mom, and a wife of 2 years. I want to spend every moment of my life taking care of my family, making sure that my husband is stress-free, that our home is taken care of, and that my children are brought up knowing that family comes first. I would like to keep my life this way, but I feel the pressure to work, because even with a degree, my husband is not able to make enough money to keep our family afloat. He works 40+ hours a week and yet we are below the poverty level, unable to buy a house, unable to buy a vehicle. We don't own cell phones because our rent is nearly 80?f what he makes in a month.
I sometimes feel like it is because of the women who want gender equality in the workplace, that are causing these hard times. I was looking at the government standards for affordable living expenses and they are all based on households where 2 adults are working full time jobs (40+ hours per week). What happened to the era where a household could be effectively and comfortably run on a single working adult, working a 9-5 job?
I feel like the people who fight for gender equality in the workplace are all these feminist who want to be able to support themselves, by themselves, meaning, without a husband or significant other. These women do not generally have children. It feels like women being selfish to me.
As a mother and wife who wants to be able to take care of my house and family, I feel that feminist and people fighting for gender equality in the workplace and ruining a way of life and increasing financial stress in the home. Kids are being left to stay at home alone for extended periods because both parents are having to work. People are eating fast food more often because there is no one to cook a home-cooked meal. Clutter and messes are a common thing found in houses because people are not there to clean up. People wear dirty laundry because of no time to do the laundry. There is emotional and mental illnesses that are being brought on by people being forced to work extreme hours without a comfortable home to come back to.
Men, wouldn't you love to be able to come home after a day at work, sit back in a comfy chair that is yours alone, be handed a beer (or beverage of your choice) by the person who stayed at your house, cooked, cleaned and took care of all the errands? Be told 30 minutes later that a full on meal was prepared (one that in today's society would seem like a holiday special meal).
Of course telling women they cannot work anymore is not going to solve everything immediately or by itself. Women outnumber men in the workforce these days. And there are more men unemployed than women.
If women didn't work, the cost of living would decrease because the national average for income levels would decrease. According to the government, comfortable housing is supposed to cost 30?f your gross income. As is, rent and mortgages generally cost around 60-70?f the combined gross income of 2 working adults in a household.
NOW, I wanted to add one more thing, I am not saying that all women should just give up working, what I am really saying that is that, if the cost of living and prices of items were based on households where only a single person worked full time (or 2 people worked part-time), I believe the lifestyles in America would be better. There would be less stressed out people, less "depression", less children that feel neglected. People would be able to pay off student loans and get out of debt in a reasonable manner, making going to college a realistic life plan again. Local business owners would be able to invest more money into their businesses and other local businesses and take the market back from the large retail and manufacturers.
Where has the American Dream gone?
A Monday-Friday 9a.m.-5p.m. job, Sundays for church. Friday night board game nights at the dinner table. A matine movie day on Saturday mornings. Dinner parties for holidays where the women gossip and the men watch foodball in a "mancave". Children who enjoy playing outside and coming in to handmade lunch and dinner, not microwaveable "hotpockets". A house with a yard and a fence, not a cramped apartment with no view.
And a dog that everyone adores.
I am an Indian student in Poland and my visa will expire in next 3 months. After that a Polish family wishes to employ me as a cook. Do i need to apply for a work permit for that ? Can i apply for a residency permit after that ? How will it all work ??
Please let me know if you have any clue.
I am the only son of my parents, married, staying away from hometown at the place of work. And I wish to be a good son of my parents and a loving & caring husband to my wife. I am also the eldest among the current generation of the family. I have huge respect for our traditional way of life and I feel responsible towards carrying it forward. We don’t have any children.
Father - 65, an avid smoker, (over)drinks regularly, financially independent, physically fit, free spirited and does not like to follow any schedule anymore accepts whatever he thinks is correct. Does not have any regrets in life and doesnot care much for anything else or others in the extended family.
Mother - 60, retired, not as strong physically, financially independent, free spirited, likes to live her own life. Could barely manage between work and family life all along the years of her Job. She believes in a way of life entirely different from the way others live in the family. She is a very fussy about matters related to the kitchen and food, like discremination between veg non veg utensils, cooking in the same stove... etc. However she is not as conversant with matters related to religion and rituals.
My mother is often taken ill because of unnecssery pressure of household chores created due to lack of support from my father.
Their respective transferable jobs have costed them a life of togetherness all along the past 30 years.
My wife : Its a love-marriage, she is a decent girl from a very decent family. My inlaws are a simple couple whose world revolves around the welbeing and comfort of their children. My wife is quite close to her parents.
The only sense that prevails in my wife’s head is wellbeing of the family. She is a good mix of sense of duty, traditions and modernity.
However my wife is very emotional and also gets very angry and hurt due to careless speech and action.
There is rift and a deep one that has developed between my parents and my wife over the last 4 years of my marriage. This is chiefly because my wife couldn’t endorse the way my parents live and conduct themselves. The way they try remain none attached to their only daughter in law and matters related to the family.
What hurts her more is that my parents donot seem to be very bothered about our having no child despite all the efforts.
Recently I requested my parents to come over and stay with us. They came and stayed in their own way. Which, after some time my wife felt like not been able to bear anymore. And one day there was a huge clash of words between my father and my wife when my father was drunk. My father was understandably at fault hence I chose to not get into resolving the problem apart form pacifying both of them. But my mother who could intervene and sort the problem did not care much either. This did hurt my wife which she latter on accused my mother of.
My father decided to leave immediately after, while my mother stayed back. My wife, stressed out went to her parents place.
Few days latter she makes it clear to me that she is not ok with staying with my parents. She feels that they do not require us, and staying with them calls for unnecessary stress that is acting as a deterrent for a peaceful life. Moreover, that she would not return unless my mother goes back home to my father. But in any case whenever there would be a genuine requirement she would always do the needful. But not when they are strong and independent and would not bond as a family.
My mother however is comfortable living with me as she need not bother about the household responsibilities.
I am caught between a huge ethical dilemma…. whom should I care more my wife or my mother… what can be a middle path. I run a very high risk of apparent negligence to either of my parents or my wife.
Neither I endorse the conduct of my parents nor do I appreciate the rigidity of my wife. I would love to stay together with my wife and parents. But.... Pls advice.
I need to help comparing and contrasting the role of women in the past of ancient Greece and ancient China. I need this because I need to write and essay so I need topics and information. If you can just tell me a few of each so that I can write an essay. I do know that women would stay home and cook and all that but I need more then that. Thanks 10 pts for the help
Ok I have these problems, and I would like to know how bad I have to be to qualify for social security? I'm not able to walk or stand for long at all. would like some help full answers. any knowledge on social security for my problem would be very much appreciated. Thank you for your time and God Bless You.
Ive got a geog project on Bangladesh can i have some points on
1. womens rights there
2.food and diet