This post was inspired by a discussion with my father about being homeless versus being a street-person.
What is your definition of homelessness?
In your opinion is there a difference between being homeless and being a street-person?
If person A finds him/herself suddenly with no fixed address, has all their belongings in storage and their daily needed items in their car; but is sleeping on a mattress on the floor of friends' houses while the person does not have a home, is person A homeless?
Does it make a difference if person A does not have a home for a short period of time, say 6 weeks?
ETA: Person A is actively seeking a permanent home, applies for accommodation every day of the 6 weeks that person A is without a fixed address.
im taking an internship course at uni, and one of the assessments asks us to interview a person in our field of choice regarding their career development.
im coming in today to interview my supervisor - should i dress the same way i would as if i were interning, or can i dress a little more casually? the problem is that i dont have a work blazer/cardigan.
I grew up in Southern California and have been to Disneyland dozens of times. If I was going to be in Orlando, Florida already, would you say I could skip Disney World? My brother wants to visit the Universal Parks and I want to go to Epcot and already that's seeming like a lot of money, just wondering if Disney World is worth it.
Do you use a sewing machine? Which features do you use on it? Which do you think you'd find useful or use occasionally? For example, button hole feature.
What do you sew on sewing machines? :)
Is there any way to make a donation site that is anonymous on the part of the person receiving the donations?
How do you pronounce envelope and where are you from?
I say "in-va-lope" and my fiance says, "On-va-lope" and we're both from Kansas City.