I was in the fashion show. It was so much fun. I enjoyed it very much. I hope to do it again some time. I was wearing professional attire. -Darrien
We were picking out stuff that we use for our hygiene. We did it on our own without asking for help. We didn't ask for help from the people working there, so that we could be as independent as possible.
I went to Walgreen's. I saw:
We went to Walgreen's to look at hygiene products. I looked at mouthwash, shampoo, conditioner, deodorant, toothpaste, and a nail kit. Good hygiene is important for keeping you healthy and making sure people don’t have to smell you. Customers don’t want to buy things from people with bad hygiene.
I went Walgreen's. I looked at Hygiene products. I saw stuff to help me have good hygiene at work. I looked at shampoo, deodorant, toothpaste and mouthwash. I learned it is important to have good hygiene because it keeps you healthy. It also helps you to get along well with your co-workers and customers.
The Importance of Good Hygiene
This week we talked about hygiene & grooming. Hygiene is keeping yourself clean. That means taking a shower everyday, brushing your teeth, trimming and cleaning your nails, putting deodorant on, shaving and brushing your hair. If you practice good hygiene you won’t be stinky. It will be easier making friends, getting a job and being healthy.
This week, I went to the store and I looked for hygiene supplies at Walmart to help with getting a job and keeping it. I also looked at professional clothing for interviews. It is best to wear a collared shirt, no jeans or tennis shoes. It would be better to wear khakis instead of cargo pants. If you are wearing dark pants and shoes then wear dark socks not white. Make sure you wear a belt and that your clothes aren’t too baggy. Make sure you brush your teeth, floss, and use mouthwash. Don’t wear a hat and make sure your hair is clean, trimmed, and brushed. Take a shower and use deodorant but be careful not to put on too much cologne. Being professional means proper hygiene and grooming, being on time, and being productive.
These posts are written by the students of the Employment Workshop Series.