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Mrs Stewart
Executive Assistant. Creator of NeatHabits
Interests: reading, blogging, web surfing, bag hunting, cat sitting, organizing, twittering, catching a movie, chilling with my mates, sitting in silence
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Mrs Stewart is now following Steve Martin
Feb 10, 2012
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Feb 10, 2012
Are you looking for easy ways to clean without reaching for that chemical-laden bottle? Join me as I share 20 of the best green and eco-friendly household cleaning tips and ideas that give you great bang for the buck. There are some old favorites and some new discoveries but all... Continue reading
Reblogged Jan 27, 2012 at Neat Habits
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I was bornt and bred in multi-ethnic, multi-cultural Malaysia where the ethnic Malay made up approximatedly 50.4 percent of the country. I attended kindergarden, taught in English; vernicular school, taught in Mandarin and public high school taught in the national language - Bahasa Melayu. As a young girl, I thought... Continue reading
Posted Jan 22, 2012 at Neat Habits
Thanks for the inspiration x
Toggle Commented Jan 22, 2012 on one fine day at beauty that moves
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Mrs Stewart is now following Heather
Jan 22, 2012
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Reunion dinner happens on Chinese New Year eve where family members from near and far get together for dinner. It is an intimate affair and a wonderful time for family members to catch up. Feeling a bit homesick this year, I have invited a few close friends to join me... Continue reading
Posted Jan 22, 2012 at Neat Habits
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Ok, so I don't think I'm a bitch anymore, but I had my moments - back when I was a hormonal, psychotic teenage girl in a small town with nothing better to do. via stopbeingcrap.com This article is written by a reformed bully/bitch. It is remarkly honest. Click on the... Continue reading
Reblogged Jan 20, 2012 at Neat Habits
I have just taken up a new role with a local government agency. I have no prior industry experience working in a public sector and do not know what to expect. At first, I was a bit nervous but it didn't last. As soon as I think positively, the stress... Continue reading
Posted Dec 18, 2011 at Neat Habits
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Dec 3, 2011
I find English Phonetic Spelling fascinating. Beyond fascinating it is a very useful tool. I use to think it's just another fancy schmancy way of spelling but hey it really works better. In fact, there is a history to this that you can find here. But if you have a... Continue reading
Posted Nov 8, 2011 at Neat Habits
My Flamenco teacher once said "Flamenco is all about the attitude". She emphasize that over and over again during her lessons. We are told to "get into the attitude". At work, I am a firm believer that attitude will make you or break you. A positive attitude is a definite... Continue reading
Posted Nov 5, 2011 at Neat Habits
A Selection Criteria is one of the most important sections to be addressed in any job application. It is most commonly found under Key Responsibilties and/or form part of the Job Description of a job advertisement. Prior to working in Australia, I have never heard about the hard and fast... Continue reading
Posted Oct 28, 2011 at Neat Habits
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Oct 26, 2011
5 Keys to Getting a Great Executive Assistant is an interesting article by Diann Daniel (CIO). It tells the story of how Eugene Nizker & Thomas Jarrett, both CIO found their EAs and how significant these individuals are to their business and personally. In summary, the 5 keys points highlighted... Continue reading
Posted Oct 26, 2011 at Neat Habits