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I'm a terrible hostess. What can I do to prepare for holiday party guests?

I'm a terrible hostess. What can I do to prepare for holiday party guests? Topic: Case shovel
June 25, 2019 / By Mortimer
Question: Food is taken care of. House is clean. Snow is shoveled from drive and walkway. I tend to forget the details, like the time I ran out of toilet paper in the middle of a party and had to put out a box of Kleenex. What other things should I be thinking of? So far I'm thinking: - Clear closet space for coats - Play Christmas music - Have hot water on stove for tea - Light a scented candle What else? What would be some essential things and some nice touches?
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During your Working Holiday visa, you can work at any type of work that you can find with the only restriction being that you can only work for each employer for up to 6 months. If you only want to stay for 12 months and/or never want another WHV, that's it; you can work at anything you like wherever you like for the whole 12 months. There is however a provision for you to qualify for a second WHV which can be taken immediately to make your stay 24 months or which can be applied for any time before you turn 31. In order to qualify for the second WHV, you must do 88 days of 'specified work;' in a designated regional area during the first 12 months. 'Specified work' is usually spoken of as fruit picking, and farm work but as it happens, it also covers construction work as long as it's carried out in a regional area. http://www.immi.gov.au/visitors/working-... Eligibility for second WHV You won't need TRA assessment to work as carpenters on a WHV, but you may need licensing in some states for some types of work. Here is the skills assessment for migration page of the immigration website but I've only included it because it has links to each of the state authorities: http://www.immi.gov.au/asri/occupations/... If you intend working as carpenters, bring your tools but make sure they're SQUEAKY CLEAN without a speck of soil or sawdust or you will have major hassles (and expense) with quarantine when you enter the country.
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the 3 months specified work is only if you ever want a second WH,with out doing the 3 months work you can never get another visa

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