Your Facebook profile photo can say a lot about you, whether you realise it or not. While you may think you are innocently choosing a picture that best reflects the ‘you’ of that particular moment, you are actually communicating an awful lot to people that stumble upon your profile. Much of which you might not actually want to communicate at all. Below are a selection of the most popular profile photo types and what they say about the person. *
It’s that time of the year again. The income tax filing season has begun and important tax documents should be arriving in the mail. Even though your return is not due until April, getting an early start will make filing easier. Here are the Internal Revenue Service’s top 10 tips that will help your tax filing process run smoother than ever this year.
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Employees have always been creative when it comes to taking time off to interview or missing work for other reasons. Some of the interview excuses that site visitors have contributed are interesting – plumbing problems, lots of dental work, burglary, car troubles, and more.
A recent survey reports a variety of reasons why employees are missing work, some more creative than others. Next to actually being sick, the most common reasons employees call in sick are because they just don’t feel like going to work (34%), or because they felt like they needed to relax (29%).
Other employees take the day off so they can make it to a doctor’s appointment (22%), sleep (16%), or run errands (15%).
Then there are the creative excuses for missing work.
Pedicures can be dangerous, at least according to one dermatologist`s report.
The report describes a case in which 110 women developed persistent red boils on their legs after having their toe nails done in a nail salon. It turns out that the infected sore were caused by a skin disease called mycobacterial furunuculosis. Further investigation showed that the whirlpool baths the women used were contaminated with Mycobacterium fortuitum, the bacteria that cause this condition.