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KCL 2018 Beauty Awards

Welcome to the latest beauty edit and the very first beauty awards here on the blog! I’ve tried so many wonderful beauty products this year and wanted to let you guys know which were my top must-have products of the year. I’ve picked from new and small businesses only, as I love to work with indie brands. And like most of the beauty brands I review; most of these are organic, natural, and cruelty-free.

These are the items that long after the required testing and promotion period, I find myself still using and preferring above any others. The're the products which despite a never ending stream of free PR samples, I would still spend my own money (and in some cases have) in order to get more of. And whether affordable or more costly, these are the beauty products that I truly think are worth the price. So if you’re thinking about adding more beauty or selfcare products into your 2019 routine, I highly recommend each of these brands.

BEST NAIL POLISH

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The Challenges of Building a Career After Relocating

Relocating can be extremely tough in a number of ways, especially when you start thinking about having to find a new job to replace your current source of income. After all, once you’ve built a routine around your existing job, it can be difficult to envision any other way of life, and going out on a limb just doesn’t seem like a wise option. Most people try to arrange a new job before moving, but that isn’t always possible, leading to the dreaded possibility of being unemployed in a new area.

Nobody wants to be jobless and without extra money to spend when they’re just trying to have fun and become acquainted with in their new location. With that said, here are a few of the major hurdles you’ll encounter when trying to build your career after relocating, as well as some measures you can take to make the process easier.

Earning New Credentials to Aid Your Job Search

After you’ve arrived in your new town and have fully accepted the reality that your old job is a thing of the past, you might get the urge to embark on an entirely different career path. Fortunately, if you’re anywhere near a major city, you should have no trouble finding local education providers that can help you elevate your resume and gain entry into a whole new field.

You can narrow down your options by using locational search terms related to the occupation you’re interested in. For example, if you just moved to Fresno and are looking for medical assistant schools, you could search for “Medical Assistant Schools Fresno CA.”

Adjusting to a Different Set of Opportunities

The old saying “when one door closes, another door opens” is definitely applicable for people who have just relocated and are in search of a new job. However, the door that opens might contain entirely different opportunities from what you’re used to, so you have to be ready and willing to adjust if necessary.

For example, if you moved from a rural area where agriculture was a major industry and you were employed in the agricultural sector, you may have to consider other options if you’ve recently relocated to an urban sector that doesn’t have a high demand for agricultural workers.

Leaving the Past Behind and Moving On

Finally, the feeling of regret is perhaps the hardest thing to move past after you’ve relocated, but it’s imperative that you live and let go for the benefit of not only your career but also your emotional well-being. Even if things didn’t work out as you had planned, take comfort in the fact that there are plenty of career opportunities out there just waiting to be seized in your new hometown.
 
The Option to Relocate Is a Major Career Perk

There are lots of jobs that let you move around and some will even pay you to travel the world. Ultimately, if you feel like you’ll want to relocate in the future, you should take that factor into consideration when you’re choosing your career path.

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