Top Gift Ideas for the Holiday season. First, every year many people either plan or wait till the last minute to shop. Though, people find that shopping early makes the holiday season less stressful. Finding where to shop, what bargains are available and how fast the item can be delivered. Saving time, money and convenience are the top reasons why people shop online.
Secondly, not only you can find your items at multiple retailers. Finding the communities trusted merchants can also be a challenge. While searching the internet for numerous websites and spending countless hours. More importantly, it puts you in control. The exciting part of all this is. The Retailers have links that give you quick and easy access to their website. Therefore, you now have more freedom with your time and money.
To speed up or add excitement to their daily achievements. Some are building a favorites list or their own online kiosk using these links. Just to keep in mind if doing so. Retailers every so often update information or links. Be sure to check back here or “Guide to On-line Mall Merchants”.
Finally, the moments have come to have fun and enjoy shopping.
Top CEO Women – Updated 07/2019. The following list of women have held their own against their male counter parts of many industries. Still holding above twenty percent. At no surprise their come back and regain momentum is starting to show. Their undying efforts and exceling the standards for all CEO’s. In some occasions. Raising the bar for the next and upcoming generations. Inspiring and educating those around them. Their footprints have both men and women excited about the future.
1. Safra A. Catz CEO, Oracle (ORCL) 2. Mary Barra CEO, General Motors (GM) 3. Indra Nooji, CEO, Pepsi Co. (PEP) 4. Marillyn Hewson CEO, Lockheed Martin (LMT) 5. Virginia Rometty CEO, International Business Machines (IBM) 6. Irene Rosenfeld CEO, Kraft Foods (KFT) 7. Carol M. Meyrowitz, President and CEO of The TJX Companies 8. Ellen Kullman Chairman and CEO of E.I. du Pont de Nemours (DD) 9. Lynn L. Elsenhans Chairman, CEO, and President of Sunoco (SUN) 10. Beth E. Mooney Chairman and CEO of KeyCorp (KEY)
Of the CEOs who lead the companies that make up the 2018 Fortune 500 list, out today, just 24 are women. That number is down 25 percent from last year’s record-breaking 32 female CEOs, the highest share of women since the Fortune’s first 500 list in 1955. Leaders like these 10 ladies have done their best to pave the way for women in business. Whether or not you agree with their business practices, we can all agree that they have come a long way, and their journey is inspiring. Set your goals high, follow business advice from those who have found success, and you could become the next woman to end up in a top corporate seat.
They all have a personal side of them that touches each and every person they come in contact with. If not reading book or viewing media about them. Some are mother’s, sister’s, grandmother, etc. They live amongst us as normal individuals. Success in business is not their only reason. Success with daily family conditions. Although, many struggles come with the CEO position. Positioning themselves with the fact. They can’t do it without the help of others.
Do think women will continue to increase their presence as CEOs of major corporations? Why do you think it has taken so long for women to be hired to lead companies?
Golfing at the most prestigious courses from around the world.
Getting clean fresh air and soothing breezes.
Taking a cruise- Watching the sun go down.
Walking along a beach after an amazing lunch or dinner.
Rafting the waters that send butterflies within you
6.Swimming in the crystal clear blue ocean
Escaping to your favorite camping spots
Reading or listening to books from your favorite author(s)
Hiking the most adventurous and breath-taking trails
Dancing the night away
As an added touch:
Attending sporting events of your favorite team(s)
Heading out to Casinos with family and/or friends
Theme parks- Disneyland, Seaworld, and Universal Studios
As an extra bonus:
Last but not least———SLEEP
Tips on Planning your vacation.
Make a list of the top 5 places you want to travel. If there are other people traveling with you, have them do the same thing.
Decide why you want to travel. If you know why you want to leave home, choosing a destination will be easier. Determining whether your goal is to relax and unwind, have new adventures, see famous or ancient sights, or provide your children with lifelong memories will determine what kind of destination you should choose
Discuss possible destinations with your fellow travelers. Instead of making this a chore, have it be a fun activity. Over the course of a few days, weeks or other long-duration you wish (e.g. 1-3 months), spend some time talking about each place and why it would make a good destination
Consider everyone who will be traveling with you. If you are traveling with children, someone elderly, or someone with a disability, you may want to consider the destination that would be accessible.
Research destination costs. While you may take more time after choosing a destination to find great deals on travel and hotel arrangements, doing a quick online search of approximate costs to travel to each destination may help you narrow your choices based on your budget.
These are just the tip of the iceberg guide. Other considerations may be needed as each vacation requirement defer individually.