How to Pack for a cruise Cruises are a fun and relaxing vacation but packing for one can be stressful and time consuming. Don't waste any more time worrying over what to bring and just go through the list grabbing all the suggested items and you'll be sure to have a great time. Lay out casual clothing that doesn't wrinkle easily, and that you can wear more than once without washing. Choose versatile pieces that can be worn in different ways. Include a sweater or jacket. Step 3: Choose a swimsuit and sandals Choose a swimsuit, a pair of sandals or flip flops, and something to cover up with if you prefer a bit of modesty while walking to the pool. Pack at least two swimsuits so you never have to put on a cold, wet suit. Step 4: Place shoes in a plastic bag Place a pair of comfortable walking shoes in a plastic bag. If you go on any excursions, you can place your sandy, dirty shoes in the bag to keep other clothes clean. Step 5: Pick out a formal outfit Choose one to two formal outfits and a pair of shoes for formal dining. Check with your cruise line to find out if there is a dress code for dining. Some cruise lines have semi formal and formal dining standards that may require you to pack additional clothing. Step 6: Choose another bag Pack a small duffel bag to use for items purchased during your trip. Step 7: Place film and batteries in a bag Pack batteries, camera, accessories, chargers, and any other electronics in a plastic bag. Step 8: Put everything in a large suitcase Put everything except the contents of your carry on bag in a large suitcase and get ready for your departure. Bon Voyage! 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In between defeating Liz Carmouche on Feb. 23 and Miesha Tate on Saturday in two highly anticipated UFC women bantamweight title matches, Rousey put together a year like no other. Having become the first woman to sign a contract with the UFC as a fighter, Rousey was subsequently crowned the first ever UFC women 135 pound champion. The road to her first defense against Carmouche in the first ever women bout in company history saw Rousey take on more media than any fighter male or female before. From HBO to Time Magazine, everybody wanted an interview with Rousey and she obliged. As fight time rolled around, many wondered if all the distractions would hinder Rousey, but the Glendale Fighting Club trained grappler emerged still undefeated with a first round armbar win over Carmouche. And history had been made. Not long after, Rousey would coach opposite archrival Tate on Ultimate Fighter, marking the first time in the show history that it would feature female coaches, in addition to female fighters. Not long after taping of the show concluded, Rousey was off to film Expendables 3 alongside Hollywood heavyweights such as Sylvester Stallone and Jason Statham and then went on to film and Furious 7 with Vin Diesel and the late Paul Walker. All this while trying to stay in fighting shape for an impending bout with Tate. That bout came and went on Saturday night, with Rousey winning via third round armbar. Though it was the first time an opponent had extended Rousey past the first round, it was still a dominant performance. Throughout much of the fight, the fans had clearly sided with Tate, thanks in large part to how the two were perceived during Ultimate Fighter. But boos for Rousey were deafening when she refused to shake Tate hand after the bout. wasn surprised at all, said Rousey, at the post fight press conference, of the boos. aware of the role I was in. 22 back in Las Vegas. in the best shape of my life now, so it be the perfect time, said Rousey, a former United States Olympic bronze medalist in judo who now has an 8 0 mixed martial arts record. is what I love to do. is what I love to do, I meant to do it. I feel like I could fight again tonight. going and doing those movies did make it much more difficult, which I did on purpose, Rousey said. don do this for a living to do things that are easy. I need to keep finding ways to challenge myself. And that what I needed to do to make this more of a challenge for me. The 2013 Nitros wrote themselves into not only program but school lore when they snapped a historic championship drought and captured the school first CIF title since 1989. A year after dropping a three goal, fourth quarter lead and watching a Pasadena Poly program celebrate its first championship in three tries, Glendale found redemption in a 13 11 victory over Los Altos in the CIF Southern Section Division V title game on Nov. 23 in Irvine. The Nitros found themselves in the driver's seat to start the year and never relinquished their place atop the division. While fifth year Glendale Coach Forest Holbrook relied on the dominating presence of senior big man Arman Momdzhyan again, what put the Nitros over the top was their balance at both ends of the pool. While Momdzhyan scored a game high six goals in the CIF title bout versus Los Altos, junior Manuk Piloyan had the biggest tally of the match. Two of Piloyan's four goals came in the fourth quarter, including the final goal of the game with 1:04 to play. Defensively, Daniel Sarkissian continued to anchor the Nitros in goal, with 12 saves, in the championship clinching win. Momdzhyan was named the CIF Southern Section Division V Player of the Year and Pacific League Most Valuable Player, as he led the area with 169 goals. The Nitros finished 22 8 and 8 0 in league for their third straight undefeated league title. 3) Dramatic turnaround at St. Francis Coming off one of its most trying seasons, St. Francis High football team produced one of its most successful years in 2013: starting on an eight game winning streak, taking third in the Mission League and finishing at 10 3, 3 2 in league. The Golden Knights advanced to the CIF Southern Section Western Division semifinals for the first time in eight years and stacked up well against some of the best competition in state, with all three of their losses coming against Western Division finalists Chaminade and Gardena Serra in league and in the postseason. After posting playoff wins over Culver City (45 28) and Camarillo (42 21), St. Francis saw its banner year end in a hard fought loss to Serra (22 14). Veteran St. Francis Coach Jim Bonds was confident his team would produce a better record than its 4 7, 1 4 in league mark from 2012 as the Knights dropped four games by a touchdown or less. Still, it would have been hard to predict St. Francis' success, which came on the backs of senior quarterback Ty Gangi and two way starter Joe Mudie, a running back and defensive back, who played in front of jampacked stands all season long. While Gangi carried some hype into his final high school season, he was better than could have been expected. He threw for 2,882 yards, 25 touchdowns and six interceptions on 189 of 342 passing for a 100 quarterback rating. He ran for 12 more touchdowns and 421 yards on 117 carries, and also caught a touchdown. Mudie produced 1,962 total yards from scrimmage (1,350 rushing, 612 rushing) and 19 touchdowns (14 rushing, four receiving, one kickoff return). While Gangi and Mudie consistently grabbed headlines, receiver Dylan Crawford and tight end John Carroll put up impressive numbers in the passing game. The Golden Knights paved their way to success with balance and a deep cast, including a sturdy offensive line and strong defense that held opponents to 21.7 points a game. 4) Redemption song for Crescenta Valley While the last two years were bitter for the Crescenta Valley High girls' water polo program, it may have only stood to make 2013 even sweeter. Coming off consecutive heartbreaking losses in the CIF Southern Section Division V semifinals and the departure of six year coach Pete Loporchio in the summer of 2012, the Falcons got back to work under first year leader Brent Danna. From Day One, Danna and the Falcons were not shy about their intentions of championship or bust. Thankfully, the latter never really appeared to be an option for Crescenta Valley, as the Falcons dominated nearly every team they came into contact with and finished 32 2. The Falcons spent most of the year ranked No. 1 in their division, won the Pacific League title with an 8 0 record and posted a 50 19 advantage on the scoreboard in four playoff games before capping their year with a 10 5 championship win over Riverside Poly on Feb. 23. While Crescenta Valley had two pillars in senior goalkeeper and All Area Girls' Water Polo and All CIF Southern Section Division V Player of the Year Gabriel Isacson and Pacific League Most Valuable Player Shannon Hovanesian, it arguably boasted the most well rounded team in the area. There was depth to spare for the Falcons, who had All Area players Elissa Arnold, Katie Benson, Ashley Taylor and Breana Lawton on the roster. 5) Stengel Field takes center stage Long after the baseball season had come to an end, Stengel Field remained on the radar of the greater Glendale area, including the city council and school district. Questions about the condition of the 64 year old building and field were raised at the conclusion of the Crescenta Valley High baseball season. Original plans were to shut down the field to perform maintenance in July, which would cut short the Glendale Angelenos summer collegiate season. While the Angelenos got in a full campaign after the plans were pushed back, they did so after Stengel Field's bleachers were condemned, which limited seating to the first two rows. Even with the concerns about the conditions of Stengel, the Glendale Unified School District entered a joint use agreement with the Glendale City Council to take over the maintenance and operation of the field. The move was made after an outpouring of support from students and families in the district, namely those at Crescenta Valley High. The matter brought out student athletes, parents and minor league baseball player and former Falcon Trevor Bell. While a joint use agreement is in place, the long term future of Stengel Field is not. The city council voted to demolish the building with plans to put in temporary aluminum bleachers for 1,000 people until the school district can fundraise enough money to build a new stadium, which could take up to three years. 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Lomong finished fourth in the heat to move on to Saturday's final.Tully Olympian Lopez Lomong finished fourth in his semifinal heat of the men 5,000 meter run in London Wednesday morning.The finish qualifies him for Saturday final in the event. There were two heats and the top five finishers, along with the additional top five times after that, qualified. Lomong ran a 13:26.16.ran fourth or fifth the whole race. It was a brilliant race. He just ran to qualify and he did, said Rob Rogers, his foster father, who's there, cheering his son on.Lomong's heat was won by Hayle Ibrahimov, of Azerbaijan, who ran 13:25.23. Finishing second was Isiah Kiplangat Koech, of Kenya (13:25.64) and third was Moe Farah, of Great Britain (13:26.00)Rogers said he talked to his son before the race, which was run in cloudy conditions with the temperature at about 70 degrees.in great spirits, totally ready to go. He very confident. 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Try to find any visible mildew or mold spots on the closet walls or in the carpet, ceiling, and floor. Once you are sure that the musty smell is eliminated from the closet, it is time to take care of the clothes. Here are some ideas on HOW TO GET RID OF the MUSTY SMELL in your clothing. First, hang the musty clothes and shoes on a clothesline outside on a warm, sunny day. This will help impart a clean "sun kissed" scent to the fabric. After leaving them outside for a few hours, take them inside to wash. You may want to use a special must removing product at any stage of the cleaning process. After you wash the clothes, you may want to dry them outside. The above process will only work if the clothes aren't old and delicate. Antique and delicate clothing may need special care. If you are really concerned about the garment, you may want to take it to a specialist, such as someone who restores and repairs old clothing for a living. You shouldn't spin your musty wedding dress in the washing machine using harsh detergents. It may ruin the garment. This goes for other things such as military uniforms and antique costumes. I would also think twice about getting any of these garments dry cleaned. The chemicals they use may also damage a delicate or aging fabric. Once you finally get rid of the musty smell, make sure that there are measures in place to prevent it from reoccurring. You may need to wash the closet and garments frequently to prevent mildew and mold build up. Using things like aromatic drawer sachets and cedar balls can also prevent the smell. Also consider that mold and mildew thrive on moisture and dark spaces so if you keep the storage area well lit and have a dehumidifier installed that should help a lot. The process to get rid of and prevent mold and mildew from making MUSTY ODORS IN your CLOTHING may be time consuming at first. However, once the problem is under control, it will take less effort to maintain it. Nike Roshe PRM Women Aubergine Sail White Electric Green "Dressing up" for an interview doesn't mean putting on your prom dress. Before you scoff, this true life example was documented by the Bureau of Labor Statistics in a report of bizarre interviewing experiences. While most applicants aim to set themselves apart from the pack, interview attire is not the way to stand out if you want to get hired. Instead, dressing in accordance with interviewer expectations significantly increases an applicant's chances of getting the job, according to Richard Ilkka of the University of Wisconsin. An interviewer's first impression of a job applicant can be formed in as little as seven seconds before the applicant has even discussed his resume and qualifications. Alyson Krueger of the "Business Insider" notes that more than half of the interviewer's overall opinion is dictated by appearance. And once an interviewer forms an impression, he can be extremely resistant to change. In a study published in the "Journal of Applied Psychology" in 1994, researchers found that interviewers confirm their initial favorable opinion of a candidate in several ways: by providing more information about the job and company than they give to candidates who were viewed unfavorably; by requiring the applicant to provide less information and by behaving more positively towards the candidate throughout the interview. Ilkka's review of the research indicates that males even more than females are expected to conform to cultural norms when dressing for interviews. Interviewers expect to see men wearing formal business suits in traditional dark colors such as navy, charcoal gray and black. A 1987 study published in the research journal "Sex Roles" found that men who wore red jackets or no jacket at all were perceived as less competent than men dressed in a dark blue jacket. In addition to a suit, men should wear a tie that blends with the outfit and is not "loud"; dark socks; black laced shoes and a formal, long sleeved, solid white or blue button down shirt. Women who dress according to the masculine norms for interview in a classic dark suit are more likely to be hired, reports Ilkka. Applicants wearing tailored outfits and short jackets with a belt were consistently rated more favorably than applicants in a beige dress with more feminine detailing. In general, women are advised to dress conservatively in a two piece business suit. Women should avoid items of clothing that are too short or tight and wear closed toed shoes with a medium heel. Make up and nail polish should be subtle. How to Dress for a Job Interview Women Perfect grooming is your first assignment when you interview for a job, whether you want to be a CEO or an entry level. 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