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Crochet bags are a great way to add a touch of personality to your wardrobe.
They can be made in a variety of styles, from simple totes to elaborate purses. Crochet bags are also a great way to use up leftover yarn.
Here are some of the benefits of crochet bags:
They are unique and one-of-a-kind. No two crochet bags are exactly alike, so you can be sure that yours will be a conversation starter.
They are durable. Crochet bags are made with strong yarn, so they can withstand everyday wear and tear.
They are versatile. Crochet bags can be dressed up or down, so they can be worn for any occasion.
They are affordable. Crochet bags can be made for a fraction of the cost of store-bought bags.
If you are looking for a unique, durable, and affordable bag, then a crochet bag is a great option. There are many different patterns available online and in craft stores, so you can find the perfect bag to match your style.
Here are some of the most popular types of crochet bags:
Tote bags: Tote bags are the most versatile type of crochet bag. They are large enough to carry everything you need, but they are also lightweight and easy to carry.
Crossbody bags: Crossbody bags are a great option for everyday use. They are comfortable to wear and they keep your hands free.
Shoulder bags: Shoulder bags are a bit more formal than crossbody bags. They are a good choice for work or special occasions.
Clutch bags: Clutch bags are small and elegant. They are perfect for carrying your essentials when you are going out.
No matter what your style, there is a crochet bag out there that is perfect for you. So get creative and start crocheting!
Here are some tips for crocheting a bag:
Choose the right yarn. The type of yarn you use will affect the size, weight, and durability of your bag.
Use a sturdy hook. A sturdy hook will help you create a tight weave, which will make your bag more durable.
Follow the pattern carefully. Reading the pattern carefully and following the instructions step-by-step will help you create a bag that looks like the one in the pattern.
Be patient. Crocheting a bag takes time and patience. Don't get discouraged if your first few attempts don't turn out perfect. Just keep practicing and you will eventually get the hang of it.
With a little practice, you can crochet a beautiful bag that you will love to use for years to come.
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Bullying by the means of the “silent treatment “
Last year I taught history for a teacher on maternity leave at a private school. From the beginning, I was undermined in front of students and parents. It was a mob of teachers and staff involved. Here are a few things that occurred:
An internal phone call with heavy breathing ( I traced the call from the front desk)
Yelling and screaming at me in front of students.
Told that I was inadequate, although students, parents and board members said otherwise.
And to circle back to the heading,; the silent treatment. I got cold stares all the time. When my contract was up, the Assistant Head did not even say thank you or even a “ goodbye “, even after I sent an email thanking everyone for the opportunity and well wishes. That said, I got a ton of cards from parents and students thanking me for my help. And few board members commenting that I am a great teacher.
All and all, I am confused and very hurt.
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I have been a recruiter for 20 years.
I feel strongly that a large population would benefit from a professionally written resume and a LinkedIn profile overhaul to make them more marketable. It is amazing how much some people charge for these services such as 1,000 - 2,500. Now it should just be a one time investment so maybe that is why they charge so much. I am thinking of charging 500 - 1,000. Have you ever used these type of services, what did you pay and do you feel it was worth it. Thank you for the feedback.
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leadership expects me to assist with big decisions but doesn't invite me to important meetings and retreats
I'm in a role that involves strategy and sometimes advising our executives. Our leadership team is all male, and I'm female. They seem to see me as important to the team and value my contributions. However, I'm not invited to participate in meetings where they often make major decisions. I'm usually briefed afterward but not given much context or guidance. As a result, I'm left out of the loop and not operating with the whole story. A few weeks ago, I was given instructions to carry out a project and unfortunately, it failed because I was missing critical information that came out of these meetings. My supervisor described what happened and based on what he said, it sounds like I was thrown under the bus by the very people I trusted to tell me the whole story and assist me with the project. Had I been invited to the previous meetings, I would have taken a different direction.
Moving forward, I'd like to be invited to these meetings and kept in the loop. They expect big decisions from me but don't want me at the decisionmakers' table. Is there a way to improve this situation if they still insist I don't need to attend their meetings? I'm starting to think things will get worse if I don't and I'll just become the one to blame everytime the guys mess up.
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I have been in my position for three years as a temp.
Last year I was told that I would be given a perm. Work, but it would just take time. They explained that because there had never been an LPN in this agency, I was assured that would not be a problem. I was told yesterday that it didn't look good when giving me a perm position. I feel used! I do everything the RN does. what can do besides look for another job!?
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Monday, my computer access was shut off.
I knew what was happening but still had to wait to be “formally” told my company was restructuring again and I was going to be laid off. I had just gotten hired after being laid off from a 6 year positon at another company.
To make matters worse, I’m in the middle of a fertility cycle, playing catch up on bills from my husband and daughter’s surgery, my dad’s passing and my miscarriage.
I hit the ground running, revamped my resume, and started applying to every HR job where I met at least 50% of the qualifications. So far, nothing but rejections that I don’t meet all the qualifications. I know it’s a touchy market but due to health issues working on site full time isn’t something I can do nor can I relocate as we purchased a home two years ago and my husband works at a local company.
I’ve reached out to my network on LinkedIn but it seems they’ve gone radio silent.
I’m also trying to pivot into a data role within HR.
My husband’s manager got me a referral at a bank but due to an incident where I was retaliated against when I made an HR compliant, I’m deemed ineligible for rehire.
Any advice, suggestions, or companies I should take a closer look at?
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