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  • A product applied to the body, esp. the face, to improve its appearance
  • Cosmetics are substances used to enhance the appearance or odor of the human body. Cosmetics include skin-care creams, lotions, powders, perfumes, lipsticks, fingernail and toe nail polish, eye and facial makeup, permanent waves, colored contact lenses, hair colors, hair sprays and gels,
  • (cosmetic) serving an esthetic rather than a useful purpose; "cosmetic fenders on cars"; "the buildings were utilitarian rather than decorative"
  • (cosmetic) a toiletry designed to beautify the body
  • financial assistance in time of need
  • profit: derive a benefit from; "She profited from his vast experience"
  • A payment or gift made by an employer, the state, or an insurance company
  • An advantage or profit gained from something
  • A public performance or other entertainment of which the proceeds go to a particular charitable cause
  • be beneficial for; "This will do you good"
  • Move swiftly and in an uncontrolled way in a specified direction
  • the particular occupation for which you are trained
  • the general progression of your working or professional life; "the general had had a distinguished career"; "he had a long career in the law"
  • move headlong at high speed; "The cars careered down the road"; "The mob careered through the streets"
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Coach Yourself to a New Career: 7 Steps to Reinventing Your Professional Life
Coach Yourself to a New Career: 7 Steps to Reinventing Your Professional Life
Bestselling author offers a step-by-step program to making the right choices about a new career move
Don't fear taking the leap into a new career with this seven step program from bestselling author and life coach Talane Miedaner. Whatever the situation or economic environment, Coach Yourself to a New Career gives you the tools to take matters into your own hands by assessing your needs and strengths, finding the right work fit, weighing options and possible sacrifices, and preparing your family for transitions.
Packed with expert advice and helpful examples from her many statistical clients—as well as her own career change process—Miedaner shows how anyone can reinvent their professional life.
Coach Yourself to a New Career:
Offers a seven-step approach to career reinvention and practical advice for a smooth transition
Profiles everyday people who achieved career reinvention on their own terms - and what their stories can teach you
Shows you how to assess your needs and strengths
Helps you decide what tough decisions or sacrifices you may have to make
Prepares your spouse or family for transition
Miedaner shares her own story of launching her coaching business—with careful planning, hard work, commitment and faith. She shows how you can follow other’s examples to achieve the professional life you want.

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Pamela Denise Anderson (born July 1, 1967) is a Canadian-American actress. She is a famous glamour model, producer, author, activist, and former showgirl, known for her roles on the television series Home Improvement, Baywatch, and V.I.P. She was chosen as a Playmate of the Month for Playboy magazine in February 1990.[1] For a time, she was known as Pamela Anderson Lee (or Pamela Lee) after marrying Motley Crue drummer Tommy Lee. She holds both American and Canadian citizenship.[2] Contents [hide] 1 Early life 2 Career 2.1 Acting and modeling 3 Personal life 4 Charitable work and activism 5 Work 5.1 Filmography 5.2 Television 5.3 Playboy career 5.4 Pro wrestling 6 In popular culture 7 References 8 External links [edit] Early life Anderson was born in Ladysmith, British Columbia, the daughter of Carol, a waitress, and Barry Anderson, a furnace repairman.[3] Her great-grandfather, Juho Hyytiainen, was Finnish, a native of Saarijarvi, and left Finland in 1908,[4] changing his name to Anderson when he arrived as an immigrant. Pamela Anderson has Russian ancestry on her mother's side.[5] The newborn Anderson won fame as Canada's "Centennial Baby", because she was thought to have been the first baby born on Canada's Centennial Day (she was born at 4:08 in the morning). However, the Campbell River Upper Islander of July 5, 1967 reported a baby born two hours earlier on the same Canada Day.[6] [edit] Career After graduating from Highland Secondary School in 1985, Anderson moved to Vancouver and worked as a fitness instructor. During the summer of 1989, Anderson went with her friends to a BC Lions game at BC Place; during the game she was shown on the stadium screen wearing a Labatt's t-shirt, causing the crowd to cheer for the 21-year-old Anderson. She was taken down to the field to receive an ovation from the crowd. Labatt's immediately offered Anderson a modeling contract and she accepted. In late 1989, Anderson decided to model for Playboy magazine. She first appeared as their October 1989 cover girl. At this stage in her modeling career, she had decided to live in Los Angeles to further pursue her career ambitions. She became a centerfold for Playboy when the magazine chose her to be their Playmate of the Month for their February 1990 issue. She then chose to get breast implants. Anderson has since appeared in Playboy several times in the 1990s and the following decade. [edit] Acting and modeling After her move to Los Angeles, she won a minor role as the original "Tool Time girl" on the hit television sitcom, Home Improvement. She left the show after two seasons and won the role of C. J. Parker on Baywatch. Anderson was still modeling for Outdoor Life and appearing on the cover of the magazine each year. In 1996, she acted in the film Barb Wire playing Barbara Rose Kopetski, which was thought by some to be Anderson's real name. The movie, a thinly-veiled futuristic remake of Casablanca, was not a commercial success. In April 1997, she guest-hosted Saturday Night Live. She also appeared on one of two covers for the September issue of Playboy. In September 1998, Anderson starred as Vallery Irons in the Sony Pictures Entertainment hit syndicated show V.I.P. created by J. F. Lawton.[7] Blending action and humor in a fast-paced adventure series, with Anderson often poking fun at her tabloid image,[8] the show explored the exciting and sometimes treacherous lives of the rich and famous.[9] The series lasted through a successful four year run.[10] In 1999, she appeared as a giantess in the music video for "Miserable" by California alternative rock band Lit. Her role as C.J. Parker gave her more popularity and gained her attention from international viewers. She returned to Baywatch for the 2003 reunion movie, Baywatch: Hawaiian Wedding. She also appeared on The Nanny as Fran's rival, Heather Biblow. Anderson aboard USS Ronald Reagan, (2004)In 2004, Anderson returned to the spotlight. In May, she appeared naked on the cover of Playboy magazine. It was the first time she had appeared naked on any magazine cover. Later, she posed naked for Stuff and GQ magazines. Anderson became a naturalized citizen of the United States on May 12, 2004, while retaining her Canadian citizenship. She has lived in Southern California since 1989. In 2004, she released the book Star, co-written by Eric Shaw Quinn, about a teenager trying to become famous. After this, she began touring the United States, signing autographs for fans at Wal-Mart stores nationwide. Her second book, the sequel Star Struck, released in 2005, is a thinly veiled look at her life with Tommy Lee and the trials of celebrity life. In April 2005, Anderson starred in a new Fox sitcom Stacked as Skyler Dayton, a party girl (with implants), who goes to work at a bookstore. It was canceled on May 18, 2006, after two seasons, although some episodes had not been aired. On August 14, 2005, Comedy Central created the Roa
Ooooohhhh.... free products!
Ooooohhhh.... free products!
Got home to discover a HUGE parcel full of free cosmetics. You can imagine my glee! :) A while ago I'd applied to be an Aveeno 'discoverer' - if accepted you get free products to review, and then are asked to 'spread the word'. I applied on the basis that I get to try some free products (and you KNOW how much I like my products!). I've not used much of their stuff before, but my mum gets the hand cream on prescription to treat her dry hands. Aveeno themselves are keen to point out that the products don't "treat" skin problems, but I know my mum swears by it.... Anyway, I'm looking forward to trying these little beauties. Will let you know how I get on! I'm also quite interested in marketing (prior to becoming a teacher I always thought that would be my career) and so am also keen to be part of this, which I for one think is a fairly innovative way of promoting a product..... The small print - I have been accepted on to the AVEENO® Discoverer Programme (, helping to spread the word about AVEENO® products. I get sent free AVEENO® samples and have the possibility of being rewarded with additional benefits.

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Getting from College to Career: 90 Things to Do Before You Join the Real World
How do you get a job without experience and get experience without a job? It's the question virtually every college student or recent graduate faces. In Getting from College to Career, Lindsey Pollak offers the first definitive guide to building the experience, skills, and confidence you need before starting your first major job search. Her 90 action-oriented tips include strategies ranging from the simple to the expert, including:
Avoid the biggest mistake in career prep and job hunting
Subscribe to a daily newspaper
E-mail like a professional
Make every event a networking success
Practice the eight essentials of internship achievement
Perform five minutes of stand-up
Overprepare for interviews
Getting from College to Career gives you the essential information and guidance you need to get your foot in the door of the real world. Don't start your first job search without it!