Wednesday, September 5, 2012



Sunday, July 1, 2012

10 Most Amazing Buildings In The World

                                           Bahá’í House of Worship a.k.a Lotus Temple, Delhi, India




                                             Cubic Houses, Rotterdam, Netherlands

                                              Dancing Building, Prague, Czech Republic

                               Ferdinand Cheval Palace a.k.a Ideal Palace, France

                                         Forest Spiral Hundertwasser Building, Darmstadt, Germany

                                            Guggenheim Museum, Bilbao, Spain

                                         Kansas City Public Library, Missouri, United-States

                                            Ripley’s Building, Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada

                                                 The Crooked House, Sopot, Poland

                                                The Ufo House, Sanjhih, Taiwan


Friday, April 27, 2012

Quotes On Life

When you want to enjoy life, think today as the First day of your life. When you want to achieve something, think today as the Last day of your life.


Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Funny Thoughts On Life

For Those Who Take Life Toooo Seriously

*Being "over the hill" . . . is much better than being under it 

*Time is the best healer . . . but . . . it kills all it's students

*Santa Claus has the right idea . . . visit people only once a year

*Natural stupidity is better than . . . artificial intelligence

*Whoever said love was easy . . . couldn’t be more wrong! - Lauren-Elise Brush

*Live each day like it's your last . . . one day, you'll get it right

*Ever had amnesia and deja vu at the same time . . . I think I've forgotten this before By the time you find greener pastures . . . your too old to climb the fence

*Rich men get divorced . . . poor men get an allotment.

*Stealing someone else's words . . . spares the embarrassment of eating your own


Thursday, November 3, 2011


Starting out

As you start to think about choosing a job, you will not know about all the jobs available in particular industries, but a good starting point is to think about what you enjoy, where your interests lie and what you are good at. The more clearly you know what interests you, what you like doing, what your talents are and which skills and strengths you want to use in your working life, the easier it is to recognise the opportunities that best suit you.

What jobs suit me?

Ask yourself what is really important to you and what you are willing to do. Everyone has unique motivations and ambitions and yours may be different from those of people you know. Writing your ideas down or talking them through may bring out more possibilities. Your friends and family may help you identify the key deciding factors for your career planning and may point out strengths that you take for granted.

What do different jobs entail?

Learning what people actually do on a day-to-day basis is a crucial step in your job search. Understanding jobs is the best way to ensure you make the right decision for you. It is also essential for writing strong applications to persuade a company or organisation that you are a good fit for the job.

How do I use my degree?

You may want to apply your subject-related knowledge and skills directly to the world of work.
Ask your university careers service for the results of surveys that provide some insight into what people with your degree have gone on to do.  to view national survey results of what students on your course have pursued. Also, check options with your subject for suggestions about what to do with your degree.