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Valentine's day celebrate each year on February 14, but it is not limited to any single days. Valentine's day week is celebrate by all the youthes having love and affection between each other. People express their feelings and love by giving greeting cards and red roses. Find the list of Valentine week below:

Valentine Week Day 1 - Rose Day

First day of Valentine's day starts from Rose Day which is focused on sending roses to beloved ones. Rose Day is celebrated on 7th Febfollowed by other days in Valentine Week. People give different kind of roses to their companions to show their love by gifting yellow, white and pink roses.

Valentine Week Day 2 - Propose Day

After Rose Day celebration on 7th Feb, Propose Day is next on 8th Feb on which day a partner might be waiting for you to show your love to her/him by proposing a starting a new relationship first. Usually on this day, companions or couples like to have a romantic dinner in restaurants and other romantic places with candle light dinner and a bottle of champagne. Propose Day is the day 2 of Valentine Week.

Valentine Week Day 3 - Chocolate Day

In the whole Valentine week list Chocolate day is my favorite, to make our relationship more sweet people present the chocolate boxes gift to show their love and build a strong relationship with them. Chocolate Day is celebrated on Day 3 of Valentine week on 9th Feb.

Valentine Week Day 4 - Teddy Day

As a best and comforting companions who are along, a valentine needs to gift one of the best teddy bears gifts on Valentine's dayYourpartners will surely love this gift, but don't worry it won't be your replacement, just give a chance to your partner to celebrate Teddy Day on 10th Feb. Teddy day is celebrated on day 4 of Valentine Week on 10th Feb.

Valentine Week Day 5 - Promise Day

Another important day for companions and couples is Promise Day where they gives trust to their relationship and renew their relationship by new promises and resolutions by making it a best promise day ever. Promise Day is celebrated in Valentine's Week day 5 on 11th Feb.

Valentine Week Day 6 - Kiss Day

Kiss day is celebrated on Day 6 of Valentine Week. You can show your love to the most special person in your life by a lip lock by falling in this day specially on Kiss day. Kiss day comes on 12th Feb of Valentine Week.

Valentine Week Day 7 - Hug Day

Any of your friend has got angry, or had quarrel with you? No worry, just give a hug and it will heal all and will give him best warm feelings. So just fill him/her into your arms with a bear hug and Hug Day which is celebrated on Feb 13th being Day 7 and last day before Valentine's day.

14th Feb Valentine's Day

After whole week of Valentine day followed by Rose Day, Propose day, Chocolate Day, Teddy Day, Promise Day, Kiss Day and Hug Day, finally Valentine's Day comes on 14th Feb. It is known as the 'Day of Love or The Love Day'. On this day people share their amount of love to their companions and spend some precious and valuable time with their loved ones. Valentine's day is celebrated on 14th Febannually.
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                             Coping with Interviews
by Career Adviser

After coming through all the hurdles of the selection process, you will eventually arrive at an interview. This is of course, a major obstacle for many job applicants. Although they may have the qualifications, experience and a proven track record, they may lose out to a candidate who 'interviews better.'

So what does 'interviewing better' actually mean? It comes down to the candidate being well prepared and confident. A candidate who can answer questions in a way which is acceptable (but not necessarily right) to the interviewer, someone who knows something about their potential employers business and the post they hope to fill. These are really the basic components of any candidate who 'interviews well'. There are undoubtedly other aspects employers may look for in relation to specific posts - having their own ideas, articulate, thinking on their feet, aspects which will be related to the job and to the company's preference in employees.

The employer will also be looking to fill a post, which has a particular job specification - in other words personal aspects besides the experience, and qualifications that can be put down on paper. The interviewer will set out to ascertain that the candidate has these personal qualities, skills and abilities the company requires.

These two essential ingredients are interlinked. Good preparation instils confidence.

So the basic approach to an interview is to be well prepared. This means two things - preparing yourself practically for the interview, and gathering knowledge and information you can draw on during the interview.

* Be sure you know the time, date and location of the interview and name of interviewee where appropriate.

* Check out how you will get to the location, and when you need to set off to be there in good time - do a dummy run if necessary. Plan to get there no earlier than half an hour before the interview time, anticipate delays.

* Have what you are going to wear ready in advance - everything down to your underwear.

* Do not go to the interview laden down with baggage - psychological as well as physical.

* Take the bare minimum of belongings necessary.

* Concentrate on the interview at the interview - nothing else.

* If you are asked to bring certificates, references etc, get them ready before the day.

* Take your interview letter.

* On arrival ensure the receptionist knows you are there, visit the toilets to tidy up etc.

If you are well organised and have planned for the day your confidence will increase.

The interview is a chance for you and the employer to get to know one another. It is NOT the time to get to know about the post or the employers business.

Do gather information about your employer before you are interviewed - what do they do, what are their current projects, what other interests do they have? Ask staff - many companies will offer you the chance to talk about the vacancy with someone, use the opportunity to find out more about the company.

Bigger companies will have PR departments, smaller ones will provide you with some information - libraries can provide information on local business and keep directories of national business. Use the internet - many companies have a presence here now.

Make sure you know what the job entails - get a job description, ask someone in a similar post; ring the company to clarify if unsure.

Remember the employer is interested in you as a person, your experiences and your opinions (in most cases). Do take the time to sit down and think about you, who you are and what you've achieved. It can be highly embarrassing to know more about the employer than yourself.

Sit down with your CV and make notes, about your work record, what you've achieved. Look at yourself as a person in employment - how do you see yourself, what have you done, what ambitions do you have. Make notes and prepare and rehearse sound bites about yourself. Remember that one of the most common of interview questions is 'Tell me about yourself' prepare a sound bite for this in particular, but not a life history. Usually interviewers want to know about personal qualities not achievements - though examples can be included to support your statement.

Interviews vary tremendously, from very informal to formal. However, some questions can be anticipated, as can the subject matter. If you are well prepared, then the majority of problem questions should not arise. You will know about the company, you will know about yourself and you will have a good idea of the demands of the job - these questions will not be a problem to the well prepared interviewee.

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