When they ask about your weaknesses tell them you are terrible at interviews. I have always gotten laughs when I have said it and after that I find the interview easier because everyone seems to be in a better mood.
I tend to give this advice a lot to my students: Too many people look at a job interview like it’s a test. It’s very easy to feel like we have to prove ourselves to the employer and show our good qualities. This isn’t what an interview is, though. The simple fact is that something, whether it was your resume, application, whatever, made this prospective employer interested enough in you to call you in for an interview. They are using the interview to figure out reasons why they SHOULDN’T hire you. So stop focusing so much on making yourself appear to be the best employee in the world. It comes off as forced. No one is perfect, and no one is that clean. Stay comfortable, and simply explain why you’re better than the other guys.
No one will blow your horn for you, except for you. A job interview is not the place for false modesty. Be clear, but not boastful, about your accomplishments and qualities.
Keep calm and tell them what they want to hear. Smile every once in a while and take your time answering the questions but not with too much detail if you bore them you‘re out. It’s like playing a part in a movie. Take it like that. If you don’t make it ask them for feedback in order to improve.
To avoid kids wearing the side of shoes :)
To avoid little hands squeezing the juice box.
Alternative for those who don't like mommy to cook alone.
Once in a while usage of huge boxes!
Bathtime galore to ensure no slippage in the tub :)
Have a nice Thursday lovelies!
Still fighting over my CIMB RM1000.
Wish me luck :)