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HI my loves! I hope everyone is having a great week so far. As some of you know I was a little hesitant to post this video. But I decided to stop caring about other opinions and share my happiness with all of you! Thank you to everyone who took the time to say something sweet on my last two videos! Your love & support means the world to me. It’s been really hectic on my end since I’ve been back from Morocco. My house sold so I’ve been packing like crazy and dealing with my new house flooding. I’ll fill you in more in my next video. I hope you guys enjoy this little peak into my amazing trip!! I didn’t vlog as much as I would have liked. Losing my grandpa while I was away was really hard and I wanted to just spend time off camera relaxing. It was such an amazing trip and I was so honored to go with my boyfriend 🙂 LOVE YOU ALL ENDLESSLY!! I will be posting every Wednesday until I move. If I have any spare time at all I will post Sundays as well but I will keep you posted. Thank you for being patient with me during this BIG move! XOX Carli


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*I walked by and the man put the monkey on my shoulder. I know its terrible. Wish I could have taken him home with me.





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How Does Looking After 55 Cats On a Gorgeous Greek Island Sound To You?

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God’s Little People Cat Rescue is a no cage life sanctuary and adoption center located on the Greek island of Syros. The sanctuary is home to 60+ rescued cats and is privately funded. But besides that, we have some more good news for you- they are looking for a new caretaker! The part-time paid job entails looking after 55 cats, and offers (free!) lodging in the form of the sanctuary manager’s house. Oh, and that house has a garden often full of cats, duh, and a clear view of the Aegean sea. Naturally, the preferred candidate must be a cat and nature lover. The job is a “long term” commitment, beginning November 1, 2018, with a minimum requirement of 6 months and 2-3 weeks of volunteer work before you officially get started—the cats have to have time to come to a decision among themselves, after all. See more details and the full listing here.

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Why Employee Engagement, Retention And Reward Is Important

Many employers think that employee reward is basically not firing them. But in times of lower job security, employees look at other rewards and benefits now

I once worked somewhere that thought rewarding their employees was by paying them. A bonus was allowing them to dress down on a Friday. Can you imagine what the staff turnover rate was? At the last calculation, I think it was about 85% annually.

Many employers think that employee reward is basically not firing them. It’s like the 1980’s called and they want their employment rights back. Unfortunately, times have changed and society has moved on. Most (not all) employers realise now that old-fashioned bullying tactics don’t cut it with a workforce that appreciates rewards in the form of recognition of their efforts.


When my previous employer used to treat dressing down as a treat, I always found it a bizarre reward. We worked in an office that was pretty much closed off to the outside world. Occasionally an outside visitor would come in for a meeting with someone very senior. I doubt very much that they cared about what the staff in the call centre worn. Or whether the men wore a tie or not. In such circumstances, does it really matter what your staff wear so long as they are decent? I can understand that swimwear or pyjamas might be an issue. But do jeans and trainers really affect someones ability to sit at a desk and answer a phone? I’ll save you the bother of answering that one. The answer is no.

Staff are actually more likely to be more productive and at ease, if they are comfortable. That includes comfortable with what they are wearing. Now obviously if staff are frontline facing or there is a requirement to wear a uniform then there’s an exception.

There used to be an expectation on a quite formal dress for management and women were expected to wear a suit or dress. I still don’t understand how wearing a dress made me more able to manage my staff or indeed do my job. Now, working for myself, you’d be lucky at the moment if you can get me to wear anything other than shorts and t-shirts. Most of the time I have a work uniform of jeans and a hoodie.


When I’ve spoken to many businesses in the past, the more old school ones don’t understand the need or the reasoning of rewarding staff. They take the approach that they pay them and provide them with jobs and surely that is enough. In this day and age, it simply isn’t.

Many jobs aren’t as secure these days as they were 20 or 30 years ago. It’s nearly a daily occurrence now that we hear of a huge business going into administration or closing the doors completely. Once over those businesses would have employed staff on the basis that they are a large, secure business that has been around for years. Remember Woolworths?

When it comes to recruiting, many employees don’t see salary as their number one deciding factor. Employee benefits and potential rewards can be seen as a more attractive option than just getting paid every month.

But rewarding employees isn’t just about topping up the salary. Employees place importance on their value and feeling valued in their role. I have worked for so many people in the past that loved to tell their employees how replaceable they were. Do you think that helps with making staff feel valued? I certainly didn’t. Do you think that makes them want to give their absolute best efforts every day? Does it hell as like. Did it stop them looking for new jobs? Nope.

Employee reward is a two-way street. If you want your staff to be loyal and work their hardest every day, it’s not enough to tell them they have job security for working hard, or that a trained chimp could do their job. Employee reward needs to be tangible.


I once managed a really large department. It had been badly managed previously and for a very long time. The jobs within the department were quite complex and not the easiest to train new staff for. As much as some of the longer serving staff had fallen into bad habits and had developed a huge level of disdain for the company, they knew what they were doing. However, these factors also made it very difficult to recruit and keep new staff.

New staff would come into a department with very low morale. An underlying bad attitude and then faced with learning a difficult job being taught by other staff that simply did not want to be there.

These longer serving staff had been ‘rewarded’ in the past by being paid every month and keeping their jobs. It had led to a toxic environment, zero loyalty and a thankless and impossible task of recruiting new staff.

The very simple act of rewarding those staff for both their hard work and long service would have gone a long way in resolving the departments’ issues. Loyal and long-serving staff are worth far more to any business than the salary number alone. The costs of recruiting and training new staff is often an unseen figure as it’s hard to quantify. The costs of bad recruiting or poor staff retention go way beyond the cost of placing a recruitment advert.


Lots of different companies reward their employees in lots of different ways. There isn’t specifically a one size fits all. Some modern tech companies will give their staff tech gadgets or organise retreats. Many offer free food, drinks and yoga classes. Depending on the size of the business some will have in-house gyms or recreation areas that are actually for relaxing. Then there are other methods that have been around for longer. Like an early finish on a Friday or paid for Christmas parties. The UK is also catching on to the idea of things like duvet days, snow days and personal days. I’ve even heard of menstrual days.

Things such as flexible working aren’t so much a reward anymore though. Flexibility is becoming more normal in the business working hours and actually helps recruit and retain staff. It also helps to meet business needs for when 9-5 Monday to Friday just doesn’t cut it.

There are some great programmes available to help businesses run effective reward and recognition schemes. Operating an official program also helps staff to focus on the rewards they want and are able to track and measure their own progress. It also ensures that the employer is operating such programmes in a fair way. Companies such as Corporate Rewards can help businesses create recognition, incentive and event programmes. They can even help with customer rewards.


Even though it seems like the place of large companies that reward staff, it’s actually just as important for the smallest of businesses. Or, for example, you are a start-up. When a business starts there isn’t much in the way of security that can be offered. And as anyone that has ever worked at a start-up or launch will tell you, it’s long, hard hours. It most certainly is not a standard 40 hour week. To get staff to take on that extra work and stress, you are going to have to offer more than just a salary. And when you are just launching a business you need every bit of help you can get. So don’t overlook that loyalty. Make sure it’s rewarded.

Or if you’re a freelancer, do you subcontract work out to other freelancers? When was the last time you rewarded your loyal clients?

We all like to be thanked for what we do, and we all like rewards.

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Congrats to Joanna Krupa!

Big , big congrats to beautiful and amazing Model Joanna Krupa on getting married today to Douglas Nunes in small historic Chapel in Kraków Poland. We wish you lots of love and happiness! Cheers from KARO

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Zara’s New Collection Is A Blast From Every Past

We like to think of ourselves as proud owners of a bachelor’s degree in Zara. From being able to predict the start date of its sales and navigating how to shop said sales to deciphering which buys are worth it and which will have you looking like a millennial clone the minute you step outside, we’ve seen — and bought it — at all. But sometimes, the fast-fashion powerhouse can still throw us for a loop.

Case(s) in point, our go-to shop for sussing out trends has quickly become a source for clever styling tips, beachwear, and products that are capable of taking over Instagram. We’re avid trackers of its new arrivals every Tuesday and Thursday for this exact reason. But for its latest offering, Zara has chosen to take us on a style journey through time, rather than introducing us to anything new.

Those “the ’90s are back,” “the ’70s have returned,” and “the ’80s are seeing a revival” headlines that are going strong? Zara’s been taking stock. And instead of sticking to one, it’s combining our obsession for all decade comebacks with an epic collection that’s a blast from every era’s past. So hop in the Zara time machine and whip through the ages with our favorite fall arrivals.

Mod ’60sTweed and paisley are the names of the game this fall, and there’s no better era that represents the prints than the ’60s. Channel your inner Twiggy with belted midi dresses, white boots just a notch below true go-go boots, and some cat-eye glasses.

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Disco ’70sFrom a sea of hippies in floral maxi dresses swaying away at music festivals to Saturday night fevers, Zara’s channeling every classic coming-of-age experience in the ’70s. Take a turn in lamé mini dresses, mustard and burgundy combos, and a satin smoking jacking set topped off with feathers.

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Wild Child ’80sWhy raid your mom’s closet when Zara will give you the same look, without the potential fight. Zara’s autumn selection is seeing dresses with shoulder padding, some on-trend animal prints, and rainbow earrings that just won’t quit.

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The Never Ending ’90sYeah, yeah. We’ve exhausted kitten heels, slip dresses, chokers, etc, etc, etc. But whether it’s ’90s kids using their clothing as a reflection of their nostalgia, or just that the decade was a treasure trove of good looks, ’90s trends are here to stay. Lean into Zara’s eclectic selection of grunge, turtlenecks, and that chic art school teacher look.

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Yes Diggity ’00sBring back the age of boy bands. While their hair styles (both on their head and on their face) were somewhat questionable, their looks were enviable. Matching denim ‘fits, utilitarian jumpsuits, wide-leg pants, the OG baby bag, Lenny Kravitz’s whole general aesthetic… If Zara’s new offering is anything to go by, we could be describing the fall runway trends as opposed to listing our favorite ’00s revivals.

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Today & TomorrowNot every trend has to be a direct clone of that from a past era. In fact, fashion is better off as a mash-up of everything that’s worked over the years. So while kitten heels and baggy jeans may be calling your name, temper them out with modern day pieces like two-toned sets and ultra-feminine dresses.

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Hit TV show ‘Love Island’ is coming to America. CNBC explains why CBS wanted the reality series

Love Island is a British reality TV dating show that saw swimwear-clad twentysomethings spend several weeks in a luxury villa attempting to find their romantic match for a £50,000 ($64,467) prize.

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Tina Turner Spreads Oldest Son’s Ashes from Boat in California: ‘My Saddest Moment as a Mother’

Tina Turner has said her final goodbyes to her oldest son, Craig Turner, after his death by suicide earlier this month.

On Friday, the 78-year-old music icon shared a photo taken after she spread Craig’s ashes from a boat in the ocean.

“My saddest moment as a mother,” wrote the singer, who held a rose in her hand as the photo was taken.

“On Thursday, July 19 2018, I said my final goodbye to my son, Craig Raymond Turner, when I gathered with family and friends to scatter his ashes off the coast of California,” Tina continued. “He was 59 when he died so tragically, but he will always be my baby.”

My saddest moment as a mother. On Thursday, July 19 2018, I said my final goodbye to my son, Craig Raymond Turner, when I gathered with family and friends to scatter his ashes off the coast of California. He was fifty-nine when he died so tragically, but he will always be my baby

— TinaTurner (@LoveTinaTurner) July 27, 2018

Craig is the son of Tina — who was just 18 when she gave birth to him —  and saxophonist Raymond Hill, who performed with Ike Turner’s band Kings of Rhythm. Craig was adopted by Ike after he and Tina married in 1962.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, he worked as a real estate agent in California.

A spokesperson for the Los Angeles County Department of Medical Examiner-Coroner told PEOPLE Craig was pronounced dead at 12:38 p.m. after being found dead in his Studio City, California, home from a self-inflicted gunshot wound on July 3.

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Just hours before her son’s death, Tina attended Giorgio Armani Privé Haute Couture fashion show in Paris as part of the Haute Couture Paris Fashion Week.

The “Proud Mary” singer has lived in Europe since 1995 with her German record-executive husband Erwin Bach. In 2013, she relinquished her American citizenship.

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Tina has been open about the abuse she suffered at the hands of Craig’s adoptive father, Ike, who died in 2007. In May 2005, Tina revealed to Oprah Winfrey that it particularly took a toll on Craig, who “was a very emotional kid.”

“He’d always look down in sadness,” she said of her son’s response to her abuse. “One day when Ike was fighting me, Craig knocked on the door and said, ‘Mother, are you all right?’ I thought, ‘Oh, please, don’t beat me at home.’ I didn’t want my children to hear.”

The singer recently launched a musical based on her life, Tina, in London — which details every turbulent moment of her 50-year singing career.

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