Project Management – Seven Key Secrets to Successful Delivery Every Time | survivethewalkingdead.com

What is it that makes a successful Project Manager? How do you survive all the challenges and hurdles? Most successful Project Managers follow the Seven key secrets to successful delivery every time. 1) Learn to be flexible – A key quality to have is the ability to be flexible in any given situation. Sometimes, in […]

How to Play Paintball – A Beginner’s Guide | survivethewalkingdead.com

Paintball… you’ve always wanted to try it. But what do I need? How do I get started? Do I just show up at the paintball field, or do I have to have certain equipment? Truth is, paintball is a lot simpler (and more fun) than you’d ever imagine. It’s an amazing, fast-paced game that even […]

A Dance With Dragons Audiobook: Maximizing Your Listening Experience | survivethewalkingdead.com

If you were an avid fan of fantasy novels full of larger than life creatures and creepy but powerful villains, "A Dance with Dragons" by George RR Martin would be perfect for your taste. It is the fifth book of the author's seven epic fantasy novels (A Song of Ice and Fire series) and it […]

What's So Good About Paintball? | survivethewalkingdead.com

So, what is it that makes us so attracted to the game of paintball? I have done some research online as well as asking around to my "paintball addicted" friends to find the answer to this question. Here is what I found: Warpig.com explains that paintball is a sport played by people from all professions […]

Top 5 FPS Games For Android Of 2016 | survivethewalkingdead.com

Modern Combat 5: Blackout Modern Combat 5: Blackout comes at the top of the list of top FPS games of 2016. Though it was released in 2014, it has maintained its position ever since. In the first mission of the game the beautiful city, Venice, is shown under terrorist attack and, as always, an American […]

Movie Review – George A Romero's Dawn of the Dead | survivethewalkingdead.com

"When there's no more room in hell, the dead will walk the earth." Such is the tagline of Dawn of the Dead , George A. Romero's seminal zombie film, and one of the finest horror films ever created. Made for less than one million dollars in 1978, it raised the bar both in terms of […]

Stephen King's Cujo | survivethewalkingdead.com

In his partly autobiographical book On Writing (Scribner, 2000), author Stephen King admits that he was heavily into alcohol when he wrote Cujo (Viking; 1981). As a result, Stephen King's Cujo lacks the true other worldliness that marks his best novels. Dog lovers will also be appalled at the description of the book's title character […]

Levels Of Stress For Different Nursing Career Positions | survivethewalkingdead.com

Becoming a nurse is not an easy process and the workload during nursing school is just a small taste of the workload that will be required once in the medical field. This will depend, of course, on what kind of job you find for yourself once you are a registered nurse. If you decide to […]

Writing Complex Content For the Web | survivethewalkingdead.com

Most guides to writing for the web advocate brevity and simplicity. This is sound advice, supported by years of research. Sometimes, however, the complex nature of your topic dictates that you “go long”. Whether you’re explaining a new approach to sustainable energy production, or providing in-depth software documentation, you may not be able to do […]

The Modern Vampires’ Message to Adolescent Girls | survivethewalkingdead.com

Monsters can be found in books, audio, television and, of course, in the movies and they are almost always repulsive. No one finds themselves attracted to a mummy, ghoul, werewolf, zombie, the Frankenstein monster, etc. The primary exception to this rule is the vampire. While incarnations of it can be positively scary to look at, […]