Make the most of the time youre spending in the office so it doesnt follow you home. If youre able to Snapchat your friends your ugliest faces and refresh your Twitter timeline more than 10 times, youre not working the way you need to. Eliminate hours of wasted time and you wont have to worry about everything you didnt do this week end. 12. Leave last week in the past. Theres no reason to get your bloomers in a bunch over one client meeting that went poorly yesterday. Any good boss doesnt expect perfection and you cant win them all.
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Normally, their partners won’t sit at the top table –. If you’re holding a small ceremony, moving them on to the top table is a great way to include them in your celebration. Alternatively, you can have seperate tables for the bridesmaids and the groomsmen. Seat them with their partners. This works particularly well if any of the partners are unfamiliar with your guests. On your guest behavior When it comes to the rest of your guests, try and seat them together based on whether you think they’ll get along. Whatever you do, avoid playing match-maker and seating guests based on their marital status! It’s child’s play…. If you’re inviting half-a-dozen or more children to your wedding, a kid’s table –. Complete with coloring books, games and other bits to keep them occupied –. Will make a great investment.
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What were looking for is great ideas, imagination, loads of atmosphere and plenty of gore. More info can be found here: http://www.the-enemy.co.uk/competitions/brief . There are three categories in the competition. The 16-24 age category is open exclusively to IdeasTap members –. Under 16s and 25-year-olds and over should apply here . Of the winners of each of these three categories, one will be chosen as the overall winner. Your film should be a minimum of 30 seconds in length. If you win this brief you'll receive 250 to make a short horror film, 350 vouchers for film making equipment, BFI membership, film mentoring from IdeasTap, signed copies of The Enemy series. A ticket to the BFI Future Film event on 7 September where the eventual winner will be announced.
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Wedding Magazine –. How to: the wedding table plan
If you've cooler color tones on your eyes opt for a warm color tone on your lips and vice-versa. It'll prevent a samey color wash on the face where everything looks the same and nothing stands out Use a lip liner to add dimension and shape to your mouth. It prevents color bleeding in mature skins. Ensure that your lip liner matches your lipstick and/or is a natural color i.e. matches the inside of your lip for good definition Use a creamy or matte finish lipstick.
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Celebrity Make-up Artist Lisa Eldridge Top Beauty Tips For Brides Video (BridesMagazine.co.uk) (BridesMagazine.co.uk)
We thought we'd take advantage of her expertise and ask her for her top tips for wedding day make up: Think Classic: “Don’t go for a very trendy or catwalk inspired look, you don’t want your photographs to date. You want something timeless and classically beautiful. If you look at wedding photos from the 80s you can really tell but if you look at photos of Grace Kelly for example, you can’t really put a date on them.”. Sync Your Color Scheme: “Be in sync with the color scheme and tones of the wedding. If there’s a lot of pinks and lavenders don’t sport an orange lipstick which jars with everything.”. WEDDING-WORTHY HAIR AND MAKE-UP FROM THE RED CARPET Look Like You: “If you always wear eyeliner you can’t just ditch it on your wedding day or your groom won’t recognize you! Think about what make up you normally wear. Tweak it a little, up the ante a touch. The best bridal make up is an even more beautiful, polished version of yourself.”. Photography: “Shimmering, glittery face powder and foundations with high SPF (over 15) can be your worst enemy, creating strange white flashbacks. Avoid products with too much light reflection –. A little bit under the eyes, on the high point of the cheek bones. Subtle and well blended. Avoid shimmery powders all over –. It'll look distorted and overly shiny in flash light.”. Wearing White: “When you go for your make up trialtake a camera with you and wear a white top (or take a piece of white cloth and hold it up to your face), you don’t want to look too washed out or too tanned.
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Why You Should Make Follow-Up a Priority: Six Questions and Five Tips
4. Stay cool Each of your prospects puts on pants one leg at a time when they get out of bed in the morning, just like you. Even if “important”. “high profile”. Person, they're still people with needs, wants. Problems. Remember this and treat them accordingly, like equals in your community. 5. Watch your follow-up feelings When you'ven’t done it for a while, follow-up can seem daunting. People can often slip into “too busy”. Mode and put it off. Postponement is usually a signal that your fears, nerves. Feelings are getting in the way of your logical business activities.
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