Where Dani writes about… just about everything!
I don’t have a credit card right now, and I don’t think I’m going to get one until I’ve graduated from college with my degree and have a stable job as a nurse. I’m the kind of person who will only spend what they have in their hands, and even debit cards make me a little nervous from time to time. I grew up learning how to spend only what I have the money in my hand for, though, because that was what my parents instilled in me from a very young age. For the most part, I throw away a lot of those pre-approved credit card applications that I get in the mail, but I think I’m going to start taking a closer look at them as time passes and I get closer to obtaining my chosen degree.
In today’s world, and with the economic downturn that we’re currently facing, I know that having good credit is extremely important. No matter where you live or how much money you make, there are different kinds of credit cards that you can look into, such as Citibank credit cards and Westpac credit cards. Credit card applications aren’t nearly as difficult to fill out and send in as some people might have previously thought they were, either. When I do decide to get a credit card of my own, I think I’m going to go with Westpac, though. They’re accepted all over the world, and the annual fee is only $30! Sweet!
Well, my archer is now a dancer. Thank goodness! The dancer quest is annoying, especially at the end because you have to get every step right or else you have to go back and do the entire thing again. Two of my guildmates sat there and watched me do the dance, though, and they praised me when I got it right and transformed into a dancer. Now I’m the only dancer in my guild, and although I’m really happy that I am a dancer… I would never go through that job change again, not unless you count going transcendent…
For the longest time, I’d always wondered how you could make money with your own business. To be honest with you guys, I’m not too incredibly business-oriented. I can tell you guys almost anything that you might need or want to know about the inner workings of the human body, but when it comes to business-minded things, I am at a loss for words. It might do me well to look into this Buisness Analysis Training You can Afford, though. It only costs $600 if you’re someone like me, and $348 for already existing IIBA members!
This course goes on from July 21st to September 4th, from 7:00PM to 8:30PM in the evenings each Tuesday and Thursday of the week. In other words, it’s a six-week course, and you really get the most out of the dollars that you spend to put into taking it. It’s clear that the instructors care about the material that they’re teaching, because they put so much time and effort into making sure that you have everything you need to pass the course and that you understand it. You’d be hard-pressed to find another course of such good quality and high caliber around anywhere else! In addition, successful completion of the course yields you 21 CDUs that can be used towards either your certification or re-certification. There’s certainly a lot you can get out of taking this course!
Often times, we’re so caught up by some of the bad things that happen to us… that we forget to look at some of the good things that happen to us, sometimes even on a daily basis. This book is right! We covered stuff like this in my Psychology class, which as some of you may remember I took last fall. But so as not to delay this blog post any further, here are a couple of my blessings.
Blessings For The Day Of May 28th, 2009
1.) That I was able to sleep in for a few hours this morning.
2.) There was almost no line and wait for me to pick up another inhaler.
3.) That I passed Microbiology with a solid C. I am still ecstatic over this!
4.) That Jason went down for a nap without resisting too much.
5.) That my archer on iRO is almost a dancer and almost done with job levels!
6.) I got a chance to talk to Matt this morning, which always makes me happy.