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    ULTA is the mecca of beauty products. You can find makeup, skincare, and hair care from so many different brands and at various price points all in one well-organized location.   3A former Ulta employee revealed a little-known company secretCredit: TikTok 3Shoplifters will not be chased down by securityCredit: TikTok A former Ulta employee revealed a little-known fact about the store, and it’s something that should keep potential thieves in check. Posting to TikTok, the former employee named Tanya Wright answered the prompt: “Tell me a company secret that you can share because you no longer work there anymore.” Tanya began: “Ulta… we are told to never chase anyone. Let them take the merchandise. They have insurance for that. “We are, however, told to be so nice to you, so overly nice that it makes you so uncomfortable that you’re just going to be like ‘Oh that’s ok, don’t need anything. I’m just gonna leave.’” READ MORE ON EMPLOYEE SECRETSSTORE SECRETS You can get your favorite Bath&Body Works scents even if they no longer existEMPLOYEE SECRETS I work at Costco...
    SCORING a job interview is only half the battle, as you must successfully nail that interview to actually get the job. The whole recruiting process can be intimidating, so most of us spend ample time prepping our responses and making sure we look presentable and professional. 3Job recruiters revealed the biggest mistakes you can make in an interviewCredit: Getty 3The tendency to overexaggerate on your resume can cost you the jobCredit: Getty Taryn Ross and Rebecca Hawman are managers at the recruitment agency, Pivot + Edge. As part of their role, they help connect startups with potential candidates and are experts at onboarding and networking. Speaking with The Sun, the duo shared their tips for a successful job interview, as well as some of the biggest mistakes they see people make—like wandering eyes or obvious typing during a Zoom call. ANSWERING THE TOUGH QUESTIONS Due to the pandemic, one of the trends recruiters are seeing is people who have been laid off for some time, unable to find new work. READ MORE REAL LIFE STORIESFOR HIRE I’m a Microsoft...
    BUYING a home is one of the biggest purchases you can make. Saving money during the process is ideal and avoiding a risky loan will help. 1Risky lending options most likely will result in foreclosures and low property values Most Americans typically use mortgages, a loan or agreement between buyer and a lender, in order to purchase a home. Although, a report from the The Pew Charitable Trusts found that around one in five home borrowers have used alternative financing at least once. That's roughly 36million Americans turning to dicey financing options. The report also showed that one in 15 home borrowers are currently using these dangerous financing options - that's about seven million US adults. Read More on MortgagesKEY TO IT Mortgage expert reveals three ways to reduce closing costs when you buy a homeHOME HELP Mortgage stimulus for homeowners in each state worth up to $80,000 explained Tara Roche, manager of the home financing project for the Pew Charitable Trusts, told The Sun that these types of financing are becoming dangerously attractive. Folks are using riskier options because...
    THE SECOND season of Netflix’s hit organising show The Home Edit launches this week, after the debut series inspired millions to take charge of their clutter. But some people have even taken their passion for tidying to the next level and made businesses out of bringing order to other people’s homes. 10Kat McKinnon now organises people's home for her full-time businessCredit: Kat McKinnon 10The mum-of-two launched Organised by Kat in 2020 and transforms people's homes 10Kat has been inspired by The Home Edit, which launches its second season on April 1Credit: CHRISTOPHER PATEY/NETFLIX Kat McKinnon, 41, from Essex, admitted she was messy as a child, but after having her own children realised the importance organisation has on your mental health. She launched Organised by Kat in 2020 and now earns £40 per hour helping clients have neat houses, after being spurred from The Home Edit. Speaking to Fabulous, she said: “As a mum to two young children I can completely understand how busy life can be with work, family and friends to juggle.  “I’m a big believer that your home...
    WE often grab our grocery items without much thought to exactly what's on the packaging, because, well, why would we? But 28-year-old Maneet Kaur, from Leicester, recently revealed how doing so can actually save you loads of money thanks to "secret" batch codes. 2Our food packaging is filled with codes and symbols we might not always understandCredit: Getty 2Food safety expert Jenna Brown, also known as the Food Safety Mum, explains what some of the items on food labels meanCredit: Jenna Brown In the viral TikTok clip, Maneet compared a 53p 500g packet of penne pasta from Tesco with a packet by Hearty Food Co that was on sale for 29p. Both items had identical batch codes on the back, so Maneet claimed they were made in the same place and that shoppers are spending 24p more for the Tesco packaging. Fabulous spoke to food safety expert Jenna Brown, also known as the Food Safety Mum, who said despite the code being the same, it doesn't mean you're getting the exact same product. She explains: "Whilst you can use the...
    MILLIONS of us get an extra hour in bed next weekend as the clocks go back on the first Sunday of November. But as the time changes from 2am to 1am on November 7, it could mean an extra hour of work for many night shift workers. 1The clocks go back for most Americans next weekend on November 7Credit: Alamy However, it's important to note that Hawaii and most of Arizona don't observe daylight saving time due to their unique climates. Hawaii observes Hawaii Standard Time (HST) all year, and clocks never change on the island nation. Navajo Nation in Arizona observes daylight saving time, but the rest of the state doesn't. If you live in a state where the clocks are changing, we explain the rules and how to understand your rights. Will I have to work an extra hour? Whether or not you need to work an extra hour will depend on how your employment contract is worded. Most read in MoneyTO THE MOON Shiba Inu up AGAIN as Bitcoin tops $61k and Squid Game crypto soarsCASH COMING New...
    CAT LOVERS, listen up! You'll want to read this. An expert has revealed the five ways you can communicate with your cat and you'll be shocked at how easy it can be. 4You can communicate with your cat with just five stepsCredit: Getty 4A short meow from your cat is a greetingCredit: Getty NARROW YOUR EYES AT THEM Just like you would with a friend, family member, or love interest - keep eye contact with your cat. "It is thought that the number one way to connect with your cats is by narrowing your eyes (like they would)," the experts at AllAboutCats.com revealed to The Sun. "If you narrow and gaze into your cat’s eyes it can help build a bond with them and let you understand their feelings." LISTEN TO YOUR CAT If you watch the movements your cat makes in addition to the different sounds, you can often distinguish what the different "meows" mean. A short "meow" would often be a common greeting whereas multiple would mean the cat is very excited, or a long low pitch "meow"...
    APPLE has finally announced its AirTag devices that can be used alongside your Find My app so you never lose your keys again. These Tile-style trackers will attach to objects (like keys or luggage) and can then be tracked using your iPhone. ???? Read our Apple Event 2021 live blog for the latest updates 1The AirTag are small and can attach to everyday objects The tiny devices were revealed today at Apple's Spring Loaded event. You can buy one or a few of the small "smart" discs as they're not too expensive. AirTag works with Apple's Find My app, which already exists for finding your lost iPhone, iPad or Apple Watch. What is the Apple Spring Event 2021? Apple regularly hosts special events in the spring. It's usually a chance to showcase products that aren't the flagship iPhone. This includes spin-off iPhones, iPads or accessories. Apple confirmed the April 20 event last week, but didn’t say what would be announced. More to follow... Apple exposes all the creepy ways the Facebook app snoops on you following iOS privacy update Most...
    Ever wished you could tell what sort of lover someone would be before you jump between the sheets? Well, who says you can’t judge a book by its cover! Everything from the way we eat, dance, kiss, cuddle and hold hands give vital clues on the type of lover we are. Our clothes, mannerisms, style, appetite and body language are all symbolic of how we are sexually – and therefore damn good indicators of how we’re likely to behave in bed. Ready to become a sexual psychic? Here’s some sneaky ways to spot your perfect sex match. Tracey Cox said everything from the way we eat, dance, kiss, cuddle and hold hands give vital clues on the type of lover we are and shared sneaky ways to spot your perfect sex match (file photo) YOU WANT A SENSUAL, EROTIC LOVER If your idea of perfect sex focuses on the journey rather than destination orgasm, you want a partner who enjoys long, sensual pre-sex massages, unhurried oral sex sessions and inventive, erotic play. Find them by looking for someone who...
    (CNN)A new study published Monday suggests the novel coronavirus was infecting people across the US as early as December -- a month before the first person known to have been infected with coronavirus arrived in the US from China on January 15.Researchers screened blood donations made in December and early January and found evidence of antibodies to the novel coronavirus in at least 84 samples from nine states -- something that would suggest those people had been infected with coronavirus."These findings suggest that SARS-CoV-2 may have been introduced into the United States prior to January 19, 2020," the researchers at the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Red Cross wrote in the journal Clinical Infectious Diseases. Study hints Covid-19 may have been in the US as early as December Many people wonder if they may have had coronavirus early in the pandemic, or even before people knew the virus was circulating.It would be hard to know unless someone took a coronavirus test at the time -- something that obviously did not exist. The symptoms are similar to...
    San Francisco (CNN Business)Subscription services can bear a resemblance to the story of Goldilocks: Sometimes you end up with way too much of what you ordered, risking spoilage. Other times, you run out faster than planned. The answer, according to one company, is a scale.Seattle upstart Bottomless set out to nail that "just right" aspect by creating a coffee subscription company that makes the reordering process automatic and determines the ideal day for the next bag of beans to land at your doorstep, by using a smart scale to tell when you're starting to run low. "We were obsessed with this question of, 'What if the supplier knew exactly when you needed something and when was the right time to ship to you?'" Bottomless co-founder Liana Herrera told CNN Business. Customers place their bag of coffee onto the Wi-Fi-enabled scale after each use, and the algorithms on the backend analyze consumption activity and then layer in logistical data from dozens of roasters and the US Postal Service. The subscription service includes the scale and starts at $5.99 per month with...
    President Donald Trump said in an interview Tuesday he would 'absolutely' nominate a new Supreme Court Justice should a vacancy occur during his final 162 days in office.  'You mean if something happened like now?' Trump asked when radio host Hugh Hewitt asked him if he would nominate a justice, an issue Trump is already seeking to elevate in the 2020 campaign.  'Absolutely, I’d do it. Sure,' Trump says. The topic is more than academic, with multiple aging justices on the court, including 87-year old Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who was recently released from the hospital after undergoing cancer treatments.   'I would move quickly. Why not? I mean, they would. The Democrats would if they were in this position,' Trump told Hewett.  President Trump says he would 'move quickly' if there is another Supreme Court vacancy RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Have we FINALLY turned the COVID corner? US coronavirus... Trump says cancelling the 2020 college football would be a... More than 860 students and teachers in one Georgia school... Trump says men...
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