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When all your gals are off at camp and you’re stuck at home with the fam, what’re you supposed to do to keep boredom at bay...
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by dancethenightaway on 7/17/2012 8:15:25 PM

 
 

Hahahha all of these sound terrific except my brother is 24...

by Acutiebookworm on 7/17/2012 7:48:53 PM

 
 




MOD @ Helen S.
Hey again! Thx for ur answer- it does sound kinda complicated... I think it would be a good idea to wait a couple years (while practicing baking) till im about 16 and then work in a real bakery. However, I was also thinking about tutoring younger kids in math when skool starts back up cuz im a good student. But I'm just nervous that the first tutoring session would be... awkward. I wouldn't know where to start. Any tips would help a ton! Thx again Smile

 

Hey! I think the key to being comfortable teaching someone is to understand your roles. It can be uncomfortable to teach a peer because you're so used to joking around with them and because usually you're both students. You're providing them with help so just remember that and it'll aid you in being more professional.  work towards goals with them and talk to them about what THEY want to get out of the session. If you keep it about them, you guys can work together to help them improve and and that'll put less pressure on you to be the "teacher." It's ok to be friendly and joke a little, but if it goes too far or gets distracting just remind them that the less time you guys study, the farther they are from their goals. good luck!  


Helen S.

by xXMissBehavedXx on 7/17/2012 6:20:34 PM

 
 

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by PeaceKool on 7/17/2012 6:15:17 PM

 
 



MOD MOD MOD MOD MOD MOD MOD MOD MOD MOD MOD MOD MOD MOD MOD MOD Sorry to be bothering you so mutch but this is an issue so my mom said to stop bickering with my brother but how ? If u could get back to me with games that we could play and ideas like that thx in advance!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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hey! Here are some games, but that's no guarantee the fighting will cease. siblings bicker, it's part of life. I think the best way to avoid it is to be unendingly patient with him. For some kids, getting into a fight is the whole point. They love to see their siblings get all huffy. My cousin loved to upset his little sister all the time until she stopped caring/ getting mad at him, and just wanted to hangout with him. He was like, "well that's no fun" and he stopped bugging her.



  

Helen S.

by TSfan#1 on 7/17/2012 5:12:29 PM

 
 



MOD MOD MOD
Ok, so I have 2 questions:
1. This is gonna sound stupid, but what does FTW stand for??
2. I'm really good at baking and want to make some extra money, so a baking business would be ideal. But how do I make it... well, into a business???
Thx MOD!!! Smile

 

Hey!1) That's not stupid at all! It stands for "For the win!" example: "Tacos in the cafeteria FTW!" You say it when something awesome happens. 2) well starting a business is very complicated and not something I know too much about. At such a young age I would suggest practicing your skills and starting a baking blog or giving/ selling treats to friends and family. However, if you really are committed to starting a business this young, You'll need to figure out how much money your supplies will cost, how many baked goods you want to make per week, where you want to sell them (will you have a stand by your house, will you start a website and ship to your customers?) Last, but no least you'll need to design a brand and logo for your business and allow more money for advertising. good luck!     


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by xXMissBehavedXx on 7/17/2012 5:11:39 PM

 
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